This past weekend may have brought us clouds and rain and pulled us in from our outdoor work in the garden, but we're starting to notice signs that summer is not all that far off...
|cherry and slicing tomatoes|
Indoors, our seedlings are coming along nicely. Still to fragile to be transplanted outdoors, we keep them happy in our large bright living room window until the evening temperatures are warm enough to transplant them into their big pots and cages.
More tiny sprouts poke through the soil each day to remind us that before we know it, the days will be filled with picking fresh produce from the garden. Yum!
|"Cream" (white) and "Snout"(orange)|
Another sign that summer is nearing is that our two surviving outdoor goldfish are coming out of hibernation. They greet us with much enthusiasm when we call them, so it won't be long before it's time to clean out their pond and add another friend!
What signs are you finding that summer is approaching?
~ joey ~