Category Archives: Gardening

Composting – the Easy Way?

Recently some friends were talking about composting. We’re very new to composting and I didn’t want to invest in a ton of equipment. It’s absolutely crazy how much composting equipment can cost. Between tumblers and fenced in wooden boxes you … Continue reading

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Half Marathon Complete! And Maybe I Need to Set Harder Resolutions Next Year?

As faithful readers of this blog know (Hi Mom! and others… you know who you are — there is a special spot at my virtual table for you anytime. Thank you for reading!!) this blog was created as part of … Continue reading

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Weedless Wednesday! and What is That?

Hi Friends, Happy Wednesday! It’s so fun to stop and take a conscious look at the garden each and every week. The progress is notable and this blog creates a visual journal for documenting the garden’s progress. No deaths to … Continue reading

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Weedless Wednesday!

Hi There! I’m taking a break from celebrating the mighty granola bar (gasp!) and wanted to give an update on the garden. We’ve had some morbid developments in the last week: my cucumber plant officially died and I think some … Continue reading

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Weedless Wednesday!

Hi there, Since we are in vegetable garden mode, I thought it might be nice to occasionally add a new blog “feature” (that sounds a bit highfaluting, but you know what I’m getting at) called Weedless Wednesday. In this space … Continue reading

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Mini Raised Bed Vegetable Garden

Faithful readers (love you guys!) of this blog know that starting this blog fulfilled one of three of my new years resolutions for 2011. The other resolutions were to run a half marathon (scheduled for next month) and to grow … Continue reading

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Valentine Treats for the Birds In Your Life

Hello There! Can you believe Valentine’s is so close to being here? I appreciate so much having something to look forward to in the middle of what has been a very blistery and cold winter for us. We all survived … Continue reading

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