progress

Most of our free time has been sent playing with the kitten when he lets us. He’s definitely feeling more comfortable with us and not hiding in the furthest darkest corners anymore. I’m not sure who wears who out.. so there hasn’t been much in the finishing world recently. Also I picked up a few books recently and would love to review them tonight, I’m going to hold them for a week so perhaps they’ll get their due.

All-In-One Garden: Grow Vegetables, Fruit, Herbs and Flowers in the Same Space All-In-One Garden: Grow Vegetables, Fruit, Herbs and Flowers in the Same Space
by Graham Rice
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Lots of ideas. Lots of yummy and pretty ideas. I recommend it.

autumn leaves

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“Autumn is a second spring where every leaf’s a flower.” ~Albert Camus

is my thumb green?

365.197 ... 20090904F Want to find out how I’m doing in keeping this small planting of Montauk Daisies alive? Do you want to track your own gardening exploits? Are you tired of hearing me wax poetic about Ravelry and want to try something similar, but are more comfortable among the earthworms and bees than sheep and rabbits?

I just discovered folia. While I’ve not yet spent much time on the site (or any site recently, there is just so much to do!) it reminds me a good deal of Ravelry. But with plants and sun instead of the sticks and string.

You can follow my exploits here and in time we’ll see if my thumb is green. I hope that if you have a garden you join me at folia and help me learn more about the site and gardening in general. It could be a fun adventure.