How is the leaf situation at your house? The oak and maple trees on our property are dropping leaves by the bucket loads lately. I go out early in the morning to rake the leaves and by late afternoon the ground is totally covered again.
I love it though. I pretty much love everything about fall. Even the rain and the mud. I took Lucy on a long walk yesterday after working in the yard and got a few strange looks. I was covered head to toe in dirt and a couple of cars actually slowed waaaaaay down to see if they recognized me as one of their own. I thought for sure they were going to call the snoopervising committee to report a drifter in the neighborhood.
It probably didn’t help that I couldn’t stop laughing and looked like a total weirdo.
Hey Metallic Grey Range Rover Guy, if you are reading this GET A LIFE. There are people in this world who actually enjoy doing their own yard work. Lighten up… and go get your nails buffed why don’t you.
Cabin fever. I have a feeling it’s setting in early this year.
Meanwhile, back in my bubble… Lucy and and I worked on planting two trees in the arborvitae hedge. She did the digging while I wrestled muddy trees out of 10 gallon pots. We are a good team.
Everytime I look down from the top of the hill I think I need to have the HH build me another 2 garden boxes. What do you think. Would if be too much? What if the next people who buy this place are not gardeners? Would 4 garden boxes look excessive?
Any harvest, no matter how small, should be celebrated. Especially in November.
Spring. It can’t get here soon enough.
This year’s garden is being sponsored by the awesome folks at Botanical Interests Seed Company. You can check out their website HERE, order their new 2015 Garden Seed Catalog, or see the seeds I’ll be growing in my garden this year HERE.
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