It's time for another rendition of FEEEEEEL GOOOOOOD FRIIIIIIIDAY. I don't have a linky on the bottom of this one, so you'll have to just leave a comment and your blog address and we'll come snoop around and see what you've been up to.
I don't know where thegirl went off to, but I'll hold down the fort until she comes back.
It's easy to play Feel Good Friday. Go to your blog, write a post about what made you happy this week. It can be ANYTHING. Come back here and leave a comment and we'll go see what you did.
It's fun, it's a great way to meet other people and it makes you happy. Especially if you had a sucky week because your house didn't sell or it's so humid your skin is rotting off your very own body or your read a book that sounded hysterical and was mildly so.
Ok, here's a bunch of green. If you're afraid of weeds, look no further. If you are sick of reading about the glowing progress in my gardens, you can leave now. If you're just a little curious, keep reading! I do not share these pictures to brag. I just love to share the amazing things that can come from ONE SEED!
|Garden #2 in all of its lushness. I cannot get over what is going on in here. Even with some munchers that have come and eaten leaves, things are just humming along.|
|All I know is that pumpkin and the others that are starting are on this ONE, I repeat, this is all ONE pumpkin plant.|
|With flowers so huge I could almost stick my head in one!|
|My corn is as high as an elephant's eye, or taller than I can reach. Some of it. Some of it is knee high to me but it's still sending out its flowers.|
|See the little corns starting out?|
|Some are even getting little silks on them! Watch out animals who steal corn. We will NOT, I repeat, WILL NOT have a repeat of last year's corn devastation. If I have to set up a cot out there, I might just!|
|My tomatoes are a-comin'. My dilemma is that with all of my careful planting, I am not sure which variety ended up where, so it's going to be a guessing game all summer!|
|I've had a couple of cucumbers so far and they've been good. They aren't super long, but I also like to pick them kind of early to avoid heavy seeds. I like to get things smaller because they taste better, in my opinion.|
|I planted another whole group of corn in garden #1 about a month after the bunch I put out in garden #2. We'll see how this all turns out. With less sunlight, they may struggle more.|
|Chard is giving me two thumbs up. I've used a bunch and it keeps on pushing out more!|