A Little Different Every Day

Spring. It’s just around the corner. At least that is what we keep telling ourselves. Nevermind the fact that we had a 75 degree day followed by a blizzard that disappeared just as fast as it arrived. Now, I must sleep in the bed I have made. In my particular circumstance, this phrase could also read “I planted things in my garden way too soon and now everything froze and died.” Some of us NEVER learn.

I just ventured out to my thawed, yet unfinished garden and greenhouse to take a peek at all of the changes. This is the time of year where it is so important to watch my seedlings closely because things are a little different every day. Tomatos sprout their first true leaves, fruit trees begin to bud, so on and so forth.

A much welcomed change for those of us who long for warmer days after a long span of seasonal depression.

This best part of this trip was I remembered my camera. Therefore, I captured the beauty both in the garden and around the farm to share with you all.

The ONLY surviving broccoli plant

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