June 2011

Blueberries for Breakfast

June 15, 2011

I get a lot of joy out of heading to the front yard to pick blueberries for breakfast. Smelling the fresh air in the morning, watching and listening to the kids in the neighborhood head to school and carrying the Tomato at my side, so that she sees where our food originates, is a great […]

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Loose Ends and New Projects

June 14, 2011

There has been a flurry of bib making around here. This also means that there will have to be a flurry of end weaving and button sewing, which will follow soon. I have been trying to use up scraps from other bibs that I had made and I am pleased with the color combos that […]

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Weeding

June 10, 2011

Now that I have all of the plants in the ground, the arduous process of weeding can begin. Since the beds are lined with newspaper on the bottom, this does help to keep the weeding in those areas to a minimum. The occasional grass pops through and the maple tree saplings are abundant at times, […]

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Let the Bounty Begin….

June 5, 2011

Over the last couple of weeks, I have maximized nap time and a tremendous range and volume on the Summer Infant Monitor that we own and planted our garden for the season. Below is what is popping up already. I am very excited for what it may all bring. This coming week will be a […]

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