The beginning of this week was overcast, cold and drizzly. It made for a lot of indoor time. However the garden flourishes in the overcast. Taking a breather from the hard work of sunshine and heat.I also need to take a breather. I feel as though I am coming to a big decision about blogging. When I get their, you will be the first to know.
My garden is behind this year. I am sure I will catch up, but it means that I will be covering all of the fruiting plants in September so they make it through the first frosts. Plus giving all my plants a healthy dose of
The newest round of baby bunnies has opened their eyes and are starting to hop about and out of the nest. They are super cute at this stage and I love to take pictures of their little wriggling bodies. fuzzy and warm.
Much to our relief, Honey, seems to be going along just fine with her friendly tumor. She appears to have recovered from the grief of losing Tabor, and now is happy to do all of her favorite things. It is a little annoying have to clean up after her every time she lays down though. A small price to pay for more time with her.
I did a fast and furious Instagram destash yesterday and it went really well. Thank you to everyone that participated! I desperately needed to clear space. I am expected new laminates. Plus I am trying to be a little more realistic about my ability to get through all the lovely things I have hoarded. So, as I have said before, no new fabric without a project in mind! This also means I need to get through my Heather Ross scraps for the oh so behind Tula Pink blocks. Windham is rereleasing Far Far away 1!
All of those little seedlings are in aw over the Catnip. It goes nutty this time of year. I have 2 plants I never worry about protecting or their spring flourishing. The catnip and the rhubarb.