Random fact about my Christmas tree:
Jessica pointed out to me this afternoon that I have an ASU tree-complete with red and gold decorations, a fact which will make my rabid ASU fans happy. (boo UofA)
Elder Steve is currently serving in Nashville, TN Spanish speaking mission. His arrival date is April 8, 2009. (this is one of my favorite photos of him-taken at the MTC-his first snow!) This is his last Christmas away. His Christmas package got sent off today-and nearly got sent to the wrong address-----(long story) Hooray-one more thing checked off my list.Thanks for the garden love. Now remember, I live in ARIZONA. It freezes maybe 3 days a year here. We grow all our "cold season" veggies now like lettuce. If I tried to grow lettuce in June here-well, who likes wilted lettuce? or no lettuce at all, or very, very bitter lettuce? This is my favorite time of year to garden. I can go outside without being fried like a french fry. I now present a little ditty penned by my talented niece-Miss Mari.
Marilyn Marilyn not so contrarian,
how does your garden grow?
With cabbage heads and lettuce beds
and carrots being pulled from their rows.
Isn't that just the cutest?