The Waiting is the Hardest Part

My seeds have shipped, which means that soon they will arrive, which means that soon after that, I will be sitting in my house, seed packets in hand, imagining exactly where I’ll put them and what they’ll grown up to be and on and on.

And it will be all I can do to not go into my yard and put tiny seeds in wet dirt.

Must wait until April 15th. Must wait.

Shoot, I can’t wait! Woo hoo.

3 thoughts on “The Waiting is the Hardest Part

  1. I know nothing about gardening, but TheBoyfriend™ started ours already indoors. We have quite a few healthy looking baby plants just waiting to get a new home the yard. We did nearly have one cucumber plant get eaten by a cat but that tough little plant actually pulled through.

  2. Ha, I could go on about my garden all day. We’re not doing a big vegetable garden this year. I’m doing some corn, beans, peppers, okra, and tomatoes up by the house. Back behind the creek, where we had our vegetable garden last year, we’re doing a huge field of sunflowers.

    In the big perennial bed, I’m going to get some foxglove going and some pink daisies down where the sun shines. I’ve got to transform the muddy part of my yard over by the driveway into a wildflower garden, since we can’t mow there.

    And I’ve got marigolds to go around all my roses.

    And believe me, I will bore everyone with multiple posts about the whole thing.

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