Oh boy, the Atlanta area weather forecast for the foreseeable future looks bleak. It sure makes me wish I had been able to finish off the garden plot, and perhaps get a rain barrel to start collecting water… I’ve also been trying to figure out how I am going to trellis the bean, cucumber, zucchini, and tomato plants that will eventually be in the backyard. I can see why real urban homesteaders drive pick’emup trucks. ðŸ˜‚
As I mentioned in a comment yesterday I did manage to transplant a raspberry plant that I bought at Lowe’s recently; it was time to get it out of its shipping packaging. I have covered the soil with mulch, and then the much with some plastic netting in hopes of keeping critters from digging up the soil the way they did when I planted beets and carrots in the same container last Fall. Perhaps I will add blackberry and blueberry bushes too, we’ll see…
The rest of yesterday was about resting. I did work, I sat around, I watched Top Chef virtually with Betsy, and then nodded off for the evening.
After knocking out this blog post I am going to dedicate a few hours to German in hopes to prepare for tonight’s class. If I feel unprepared at the end of my study session I will skip tonight’s class because I am tired of muddling my way through class.
Seems like a common thread, no?
Hope you remain high and dry during the upcoming days.