Friday Night Leftovers

  • I finally got my veggie plants into the dirt. I planted 3 squash plant, 3 zucchinis, 3 peppers (don’t know what kind of peppers though), either 1 beefsteak and 2 heirloom or 2 beefsteak and 1 heirloom tomatoes, and a jellybean tomato. I actually already have a bloom on one of the squash.
  • Speaking of veggies, I had a lettuce plant that made it through the winter and grew again this spring. Very odd.
  • I resurrected my crackberry. About a week ago, the track ball fell out. I found a new track ball and a protective case for under $8.
  • Today, I took the children’s art gallery off the wall and hung new stuff up. Gabe has some really cute stuff he made in preschool this year and Joey has a few amazing pieces of artwork. Joey brought home this amazing still life done in sort of a modern art style. I would show you a picture but I have to find the cord to attach my crackberry to the computer. After I finished the art gallery switch, I asked Gabe if he liked having all his stuff up on the wall. My sweet boy hugged me and said “Mommy, you make me happy.”
  • I was truly possessed earlier this week. I commented on each and every blog on the May ICLW list…all 140 blogs.
  • I’m running a giveaway for a $55 EdenFantasys gift card. Don’t miss out on a chance to win.
  • I finally got my husband writing on his blog again. Stop by and welcome him back please.

What’s been going on with you guys?

    4 Responses to Friday Night Leftovers
    1. St Elsewhere
      May 28, 2011 | 1:31 am

      Well, I hope you have some gorgeous produce coming from those seeds you planted. Veggies from our own garden – that’s so wonderful.

      And so you shall be Iron Commenter again? Wow! Congratulations.

      Go Joey, Go Gabe! Share the pic of the artwork by both the boys!

    2. April
      May 28, 2011 | 3:32 pm

      That’s a great idea with the kids artwork and their own gallery! I gotta do that when Hunter starts coloring me pics! 🙂

      We didn’t get around to planting any veggies this year and I was so bummed. that’s cool your squash is already blooming!

    3. MrsSpock
      May 28, 2011 | 11:37 pm

      I am so coming over for tomatoes!

    4. Danifred
      May 29, 2011 | 10:34 am

      I love a good garden. You sound like you’re going to have some awesome food to eat very soon.

      I love changing out the art gallery, and I think the kids enjoy it more!

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