There was also yarn! Nothing fancy. Just some workhorse yarn I found on Ebay the day of the cancelled MDSW. I had to buy yarn so I did. Don't you love that yellow? I am all about yellow right now. I need all the happy I can get. My reserves are low. Very low.
There was also seeds. The Mister and I noticed that we now have a small sunny spot where we took down those trees so I am experimenting with what may be grown there. Right now it is kale and chard in pots. I have the pots in my garden wagon so I can move them to follow the sun across the yard. Crazy I know but what else do I have to do all day? It this works, next year I'll be doing this on a larger scale. I see a big garden wagon in my future. I've already got it picked out.
I am not a fan of beans except green beans. I have no idea why, I've just never really liked them. Especially lima beans. Yuck!ReplyDelete
I do love the yarn though. They are both great workhorse yarns and seem to hold up to anything you throw at them.
Happy Mother's Day Debbie!
Blessings and hugs,
Let me know how those beans are!!! I love beans and we eat a lot of them. And the cookbook! WOW! The new yarn is gorgeous and you are right - both those skeins are real work horses. Nice choices. Hope your garden plans work - nothing like fresh produce from your own planting!!ReplyDelete
Since marijuana became legal here, my Dad started growing his own - just a couple plants each year. He moves them around the yard all day so they get the best sun! It can be done and it worksReplyDelete
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that yellow yarn!
The yellow Opal is beautiful: it will be fun to knit with that sunshine color.ReplyDelete
A package is always a perk! I think the garden cart is a cool idea--especially since DH just brought one home he found at a yard sale!ReplyDelete
What wonderful mail - and you got exactly what you wanted. Love the idea of your portable garden. Seems like it should work well.ReplyDelete
Pretty yellow sock yarn! We plan to plant in a wagon too if the seeds ever show up and when it gets warm enough to plant even in the greenhouse it freezes at night :(ReplyDelete
Those are some pretty awesome packages to get anytime! I have fallen off on ordering things and might just have to fix that today; I think I need a little something. That isn't my usual way of coping but right now I'll take anything! I think some kind of food treat (maybe chocolate?) and perhaps a book!ReplyDelete
Those beans look great! And the yellow yarn certainly is cheery. Good luck with your plants. I am not successful this year with anything grown from seed.ReplyDelete
Deb, This is quite the brilliant idea! I LOVE it. I wonder if the Empress of Dirt knows this idea?? Whoa. You will have to show us photos ok????ReplyDelete