At some point last night a gentelman cat appeared and this morning I found him next to Lucy Mae. He is quite darling to be sure, but still-his hand is a bit low for the first date, no? He says his name is Bert. He doesn't have a tail, but he asked me to sew one on for him. I was all: Sure, Bert.
I think I will put these two up on my Etsy store in a day or two.
Ok. Moving on.
Planting seeds left and freaking right, baby. And transplanting my tomatoes into bigger containers! Whoo hoo!
As far as seeds: I love thyme, creeping and French, so I bought both. Also verbena (has to be germinated in the fridge) and bell peppers (has to germinate at 85 degrees! Out comes the heating pad.) Don't forget basil, chamomile, and a few other herby flowers I can't remember. Chard, of course. I am SO EXCITED about my germinations. SO freaking excited. Seriously. I am NOT GOING TO BUY A SEEDLING this year. Nope. I'm totally going to do my whole garden from seed. I have to wait to plant cucumbers and beans and a bunch of other stuff cause it's still a tad early. Why is life always about more and more patience? I guess if you want to learn about patience, start making quilts and grow plants from seeds.
weekending with Amanda.