The Other Kind Of Growing

Patrick with watering can

It’s time to start getting our garden ready for planting and Patrick’s all ready and excited. However, with temperatures still in the hundreds, I’m not sure that I am!

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6 Responses to The Other Kind Of Growing

  1. JO says:

    hope he’s got a green thumb to keep your plants alive. πŸ™‚

    K-Me too! πŸ™‚

  2. Great contribution – mine is up too πŸ™‚

    Btw: Since first visit: Hello from Norway – Nice to meet you!

    K-Thanks for stopping by. Nice to meet you too!

  3. Cute picture! Looks like you have quite the gardener!

    K-He likes to help water, but he loves to eat the peas and cut the broccoli even more!

  4. ayie says:

    so helpful! sweet kid =)

    happy WW!

    K-Thanks!

  5. Momisodes says:

    Aw, he looks so ready!

    I can’t believe you’re still in the 100’s. I wish we could have a little of that warmth here where it’s in the 50’s.

    K-It’s getting a little better here. Our mornings and evening are finally cooling off…

  6. Kemi says:

    It sounds funny for you to be planting a garden in September, when we’re harvesting ours. (Well, WE aren’t but neighbors are. To their own gardens. Because we’re slackers.)

    It’s amazing that we only live one state away from each other. Our climates couldn’t be more different.

    K-I’ve been a slacker too, haven’t done 1 ounce of garden prep yet. Maybe this weekend… πŸ™‚

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