Friday, April 25, 2014

Why no one's coming to dinner

It's cold and rainy, I have nothing new to report other than the slow and inexorable advance of trays in my kitchen.

Mom look! I even swept the floor before taking this picture!
With less and less kitchen I've been more and more reluctant to have anyone over to our house.  I'm sure all our friends know what our house looks like, but wanting to eat here is maybe another matter.

Slowly losing floorspace
There are 9 more flats in the greenhouse, 2 in our bedroom, and I need to seed 4 more this weekend.  It's getting a little out of hand.  Fingers crossed I'll be able to put some out in the field soon.  Good thing I always have help with my all farming projects:

Farm dog Kaiser

1 comment:

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