Friday, March 20, 2009

It's the weekend! -- Garden Started


Sooooo glad the weekend is almost here. Not a whole lot going on today. Just trying to catch up on a few things.

I'm almost finished with one of my Pay It Forwards. Not telling who it's going to or what it is just yet. But I will a bit later.


I think I'm gonna spend the day in the kitchen. I have the urge for some No-Bake cookies and I think I'll make some homemade pizza for supper plus I've got to try some of the cheese bread that Tammy has over at
http://tammysrecipes.com/italian_cheese_bread. It looks so yummy. I will use my dough recipe but I've got to try the dressing on it. Her pictures looks oh so good.


GARDEN STARTED

Tuesday night I went to a Homoeopathic Study Group Meeting and while I was gone my husband and oldest son got the garden all tilled up and ready to go. *Though, once we move the kids fort (still unfinished) then we will make the garden bigger to allow more room for some extra potatoes.* Then on Wednesday, while it was so nice out, we planted onions. I have peas that I believe need to be planted now too, but I have never grown them before so I need to read more about them first. Last year it was so wet that we were late in getting the garden started. This year we seem to be on track, now I just hope the garden does as well or better as last years. Well I'm heading to the kitchen so I'll have to catch up on all my favorite blogs a little later.

7 comments:

Carmen said...

How exciting! I love the look of a garden plot all tilled up and ready to go:) We used to have a big one but couldn't keep up with it so now we plant everything in raised beds, can't wait to start!!!
OH...how are all your seedlings coming along?

Deb said...

That's wonderful! We cannot plant a thing until sometime in April - all depends when the snow is finally melted of which we still have plenty :)
Can't wait to see your veggies popping up....gives us northerners hope :)
Have a great weekend ~

Granny Sue said...

There is nothing quite like getting the garden started, is there? of course, we'll probably have a few more cold days and nights, but a lot of things can go out anyway.

Your dinner plans sound too good. No Bake cookies are downright sinful.

One Prim Girl said...

Isn't it exciting? I cant wait to get my garden started but trying to figure out a spot for it since I have dogs and need a special place and some fencing to keep them out (they LOVE tomatoes). BTW your blog is awesome and I have added you to my favorites.

Chickenista said...

How fun!! Today everyones showing off their garden, I'm so envious. We haven't even began yet!! We got so much going on. But soon hopefully.

KCQuilter said...

Mmmmm...your garden plans sound wonderful. Are fresh veggies straight out of the ground just the best!

simple~needs said...

hey, great plans!! i am going to add you to my blog roll. :)