Happy Winds-day, as Pooh likes to say! It feels good to get a chance to sit down and catch up here, and I look forward to catching up on all of your posts too, my blog friends. I have been busy gardening and playing guitar, as usual, including another recent jam with friends. There is something about playing in a small familiar group that is very nerve-racking to me! (Or nerve-wracking. I’ve seen both. But I digress.) The point being made is that, for me at least, it is often harder to do something so personal in front of very close friends than it is to do in front of a group of strangers. Playing is very personal. It is very exposing. Anyway, I am grateful for the group of friends I have who share this experience with me.
Then there is my garden. Oh, be still my heart, little places are coming alive in Lynnwood! I will share the most recent photos of the one fenced-in haven I have. I am very afraid the tomatoes won’t get enough sun to produce fruit. They get, I think, about 4 hours of direct sun and then dappled light. We shall see. Jason and I are currently outlining new areas that get even more sun. Next year, or maybe later this season, we will have vegetables there. For now, we experiment with my one fenced-in spot. Meanwhile, the deer still visit and eat what they like where they can get to it.
Enjoy this day!