Stuff of Interest To Me and Maybe You Too:
I would say “before” but it’s not really before when it’s how it is today. So currently, my new garden spot looks like this. Brad sprayed the grass to kill it (obviously) last fall.
I was going to have him till it up for me, but the dead grass just scrapes away. I’m going to see if I can plant in it and keep the dead as a little weed prevention. It worked for planting onions but might be difficult for things that need to be planted deeper. We’ll see if the ground is loose enough for things to get their roots down. I did see a worm, which should help!
This celery will go in the garden once it gets roots on it. It’s just the bottom of the celery I bought at the grocery store. I chopped it off and stuck it in a little water.
You really should try this if you haven’t before. It’s so amazing and grows celery you can eat, or that the neighborhood dogs can unload on and in that case it kind of makes you afraid of eating it. At least you’re not out much if that happens.
I’ll be happy to show you “after” pictures of those current things. Remind me if it gets to June and I haven’t.
Another great recommendation from my friend Jailyn. Take a moment to listen.
Look what beauty I got from another friend. They’re not dyed either. She just has creative chickens. The middle and last egg aren’t white if it appears that way on your screen. They’re a lovely light blue green. It will be sad to crack them.
We didn’t get a nice family picture on Easter, but my sister took nice pictures of all of us. She forgot to tell me my eyes were disappearing.
“…Listen to these words: Jesus the Nazarene, a man attested to you by God with miracles and wonders and signs which God performed through Him in your midst, just as you yourselves know— 23 this Man, delivered over by the predetermined plan and foreknowledge of God, you nailed to a cross by the hands of godless men and put Him to death. 24 But God raised Him up again, putting an end to the agony of death, since it was impossible for Him to be held in its power.”