Here's the latest.
|Our humble abode. You'll notice that the gangs still here.|
We've had a few disagreements, but they've been resolved without forced departure.
However, if the onions don't stop making the zucchini cry, we're going to have problems.
|The Lone Survivor: a cucumber plant left over from last year.|
Truth is, I pulled all of the other sprouts I found, but the cucumber doesn't know this;
he thinks I'm awesome.
|Baby Romas. I'm so pumped to meet these guys! |
Yeah, they're kind of misshapen, but what new baby's head isn't?
|Baby Better Boy. So nice and round. Must have been a C-section.|
I think the same thing when I see a baby with a nice and round head.
Its unnatural on a newborn.
|With all the ado about the new tomato babies, the leaves have been mostly ignored.|
That was a mistake.
Last time I ignored the leaves, these guys showed up.
This had better not be a precursor.
|The Zucchini plant is growing tall and strong, but no flowers yet.|
This isn't a problem, since I don't really use zucchini and I need time to look up recipes.
I'm still searching.
|The spinach seems to be sporting a new look.|
I'm thinking its a phase, like a piercing or JNKO jeans (holla 8th grade!)
I find it unsightly, but not actually offensive, so I'll let it play out.
|A REAL POTATO PLANT!!|
I'm so excited. I'm jumping around while I type this.
Believe me, it makes it difficult but not impossible.
And this isn't the only one, either. There's like, 9 of them! All sprouting up!
And the final fine specimen in the garden is...
This is him, drinking soup out of container. I'm leaving him tomorrow for 5 days. This example of survivor's instinct right here gives me no reason to doubt that he will be alive & kicking & not starving when I get back. Last time I left him, he ate s'mores out of the microwave. We've come a long way, baby. Oh, and his shirt? Nothing short of classy.
Soccer By Day
Chicks By Night
Sorry ladies, he's taken,