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I know I'm a little early, but the daffodils finally woke up, so I'm on Mother Nature's time clock. Everything is really sad and droopy, since we haven't seen enough sun this year to spit at. Even the kale is almost dormant. Thank goodness this crappy weather is almost over for awhile. "The sun will come out, tomorrow." La, la, la, la, la.
I like this one better.countrynaturals wrote:I know I'm a little early, but the daffodils finally woke up, so I'm on Mother Nature's time clock. Everything is really sad and droopy, since we haven't seen enough sun this year to spit at. Even the kale is almost dormant. Thank goodness this crappy weather is almost over for awhile. "The sun will come out, tomorrow." La, la, la, la, la.
"In short, the soil food web feeds everything you eat and helps keep your favorite planet from getting too hot. Be nice to it." ~ Diane Miessler, "Grow Your Soil"
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