The heat Jennifer was talking about yesterday arrives in Central PA today. We will, however, only be sitting in the low 90s (F) rather than be hitting the triple digit temps she is experiencing, of course, we have another week before summer officially arrives. I will have to water my little garden, though.
Yesterday was a day of accomplishment!
I tried something different during my 43 minutes on the treadmill: weighted spats. I've had them for years, and years, and have never really used them. The weight can be adjusted up to 5 lbs. per foot. I started light, strapping just one pound on each foot. Easy peasy. Your legs are the engines of your body. The idea is to make them work harder to make them grow stronger.
I decided to put in some marigolds out front. I planted seeds, but also picked up a pack of 8 small plants thinking they'd get a head start on the seeds. Well, the seeds are going to town, while the plants are struggling. They're struggling. Here's a blurry pic of my dahlias. They should be bursting into bloom any day now.
They just focus on the number of Thing 45 endorsed candidates win rather than the real story of their thin margins.ReplyDelete
In a way, I suppose, that might be an incentive for non-MAGA voters to go out and vote this November.Delete
My beef with the media is that they treat everything as some kind of deranged reality tv show. Idiots. I blame them for Cheeto.ReplyDelete
And I am growing marigolds from seed! I got this tin container with instructions and all. I'm planning on planting them in my garden as soon as they are bigger.
Perhaps if they didn't all need to try and out 'headline' everyone else, they could prioritize that which is important from that which is attention grabbing.Delete
The focus on republican primaries is strong here tooReplyDelete
You have to actually search to see how the Democrats are doing.Delete
We have several Dalhia opened already, and well as delphiniums going crazy right now. W My friend who works at Stauffer's told me that if you plant the whole marigold head in the ground with seeds in it, you'll get new plants. He was right!!!!'ReplyDelete