Tuesday, October 13, 2009

O Ye of Little Faith!

It happens every year.
I plant my seeds with fear and trepidation.
Am I doing it right?
Will it work?

And then the magic happens!
The peas have sprouted!
Boy, some serious thinning needs to happen in the carrot patch (that's the secret to carrots-thin-thin-thin)
Some kind of lettuce.
And since I'm still a wimp, I transplanted the broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower.
See? It works-every year-despite my lack of faith.

4 comments:

Granny J said...

Do you ever have to cover your plants in the winter? I was at a football game (way back when I was in HS) in Nov. in Mesa and thought I would freeze to death. Last December was COLD also. How do you keep everything alive?

Allyson said...

It is amazing to see those little seeds sprout!! GO little garden GO!!!

Aimee Kieffer, aka "Momzoo" said...

lucky! I am pulling up my garden and putting it to bed for the winter.

JUST ME, THE MOM said...

Oh, I'm so envious! I loved out garden this year, we were blessed with such an abundant harvest. I'm sad now that it's all taken out for the winter. I already miss the fresh peaches, raspberries, green beans etc. But I do still have lots of tomatoes. We just cut the bushes off and hauled them into the garage. I should have fresh tomatoes all winter!

Kristin