The daily post prompt Partake
Partake in some sunshine if you are here in New England as tomorrow rain will once again fall.
With so many brush fires and even more warmth headed our way rain will be needed even after all the snow that fell this season.
I am about to partake in a bunch of planting as the compost arrives, yes totally organic
and I will add lettuce and peas to my NH garden. Soon the Baltimore Orioles and Hummingbirds will replace my Juncos and Snowy Owls.
Hope you all get the weather you so desire so you can also partake in what you enjoy doing.
15 thoughts on “Partake In The Sunshine”
Hi Eunice I am so glad you have nice weather after all that snow. It will be nice to get into the garden and do all your planting. Today I finally plucked up courage to go for a walk along the beach with Koko That’s because I recently had an accident, tripped and fell on my face result was a lovely black eye and a badly bruised face, so its taken me a while to regain my confidence. and I really enjoyed it. The weather is gorgeous here now. Take care Eunice and enjoy your garden and painting.
So sorry you have been hurting and hiding out 😦 Walks along the sea are what is needed by each of us xo
Yum! Fresh peas from an organic garden are an inspirational thought. We have a very tiny yard, but I love all the produce we harvest from it. 😀 PS,. Thank you for thinking about me, after the tragedy in Toronto!
xo of course I would now here in TN and Dallas cars, guns, bombs anything can be used to destroy life but not our spirit.
I see you are ready to garden! Yes, I never complain when it rains during the growing season. Nothing worse than a drought.
Exacly and I can rest and plan my next move 🙂
So exciting to think we can garden soon! I have my window boxes out and will buy the plants in a few weeks. As far as veggies, I wait until the first week of June to plant.
peas are ok even if it snows same with lettuce, spinach and maybe kale and some herbs what zone?
I think I”m in zone 9, yes in ground veggies and seeds could go in May but I wait.
it will be in the 80’s this week NUTS so I am going to be fearless in the rain today and tomorrow and pot up my Sunflowers and other seeds the birds will seek out and devour using the super soil mix and see if it lives up to it’s cost 🙂 Have a great week ahead!
It has rained here for five days so I welcome the nice weather! I wish we would have true spring weather though, low 60s and 70s with sun.
after a few hot days we get back to the 60’s and 70’s
Love the John Deere. Yes, farming nerd here. 🙂
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