Saturday, May 10, 2008

Garden is Finally In

Three tomato plants, two kinds of beans from saved seeds, squash also from saved seeds, and mammoth sunflowers, vintage 1995, just to see if they will come up.

We have one reddish strawberry, one purple columbine and several sweet peas. Begonia tubers in hanging baskets are coming out of hibernation.

Strawberries in the market are incredible. Cherries from the Central Valley are coming in.

The house next door is for sale. $849,000. It's a mess from so many kids living in it. Hope there's not a monster house that gets built. Hope there's no more kids.

Did The Artist's books today. Why? I was behind. Still am. Ghastly doing it after closing the Hospital's books all weekend. Monthly meeting tomorrow.

Time for bed. (z-z-z-z-z-z)

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