“A vegetable garden in the beginning looks so promising, and then after all, little by little, it grows nothing but vegetables, nothing, nothing but vegetables.” ~ Gertrude Stein
DirtNKids Blog is enjoying a temporary blogging hiatus. This means weekly posting will lag, and regular reading of posts from my favorite WordPress peeps will be pushed to the back as well. In my absence, feel free to scroll through some of these:
Life is meant to be lived analog with our full senses — that’s outdoors where the computer is not. See you again when we come back in!
~ Shannon @ DirtNKids
“Let the world wag.” ~ John D. Rockefeller
My ‘Green’ Children
“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” ~ Margaret Atwood
“The skin of the earth is the most important of the minerals.” ~ Wangari Maathai
“This is Nature’s own reservation, and every lover of wildness will rejoice with me that by kindly frost it is so well defended.” ~ John Muir, Our National Parks
Hey, peeps. We’re back, and what a refreshing vacation that was.
It was essentially a repeat of last year, with the notable addition of five days in Glacier National Park — a place we’d been itching to get back to since last August. We also spent a good amount of time in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks as well.
What with another 5,000+ miles on the Hummer, just about every memorable detail of the most awesome LEGO Movie is now permanently etched into my subconscious. (How our parents survived road trips without DVD’s, I’ll never know.) And thank goodness for Dramamine, which kept our two kids with motion sickness well and rested.
Needless to say, it didn’t suck. Okay. Now, your questions.
Remember back in 2012? I don’t, really. Thank goodness for blogging.
That was when I first discovered the keyhole garden from a fellow blogger. It’s only taken two years, but finally, the keyhole garden is in business. (Thank you, Jocelyn!) Unfortunately, due to a very full schedule through the end of June, it may get sloppily planted with more expensive seedlings from the nursery rather than sowing seeds. I’m just too antsy to wait and do the whole thing in nature’s time (seed to fruit).