An ice storm this past week reminded me that we are still deep in winter at Garden on Sherlock Street. Our entire world was glazed on Wednesday. Driving and walking outside were precarious activities.
I've been casually looking at the seed catalogs arriving in the mail imagining container groupings, new plants for the new beds, new plants for the old beds, another bed edged with the remaining concrete pieces stacked in the garden, placement of the vegetables and how good it will feel to dig in the soil. Soil which is currently frozen solid.
After a busy week for my wonderful husband and me at our places of employment, Friday was a day of celebration. TGIF!!!!!
My WH had plans to game with his buddies Friday evening. I had a whole evening to do whatever I wanted. I wanted to plan my garden.
I piled all the saved seeds, empty seed packets (with notes written on them), seed and plant catalogs, lists, drawings of garden beds, the computer, etc. on the coffee table in the family room where the overwintering plants reside. I settled in to dream of spring.
My plans will change before they are carried out. The list in the right hand column under pages will change as I change my mind. Oh, but what fun to dream and plan!
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