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"There is something in the nature of tea that leads us into a world of quiet contemplation of life." --Yutang Lin

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Oliver bird watching out my bedroom window. 

Jennifer 8:13 PM

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Right now, I'm sitting on my front porch, just watching spring erupt around me. Listening to the birds, the bumblebees; Gracie is lying at my feet. There's a lovely little breeze. I returned from our Easter lunch, fed and watered everything and everyone, took a few pictures, and decided just to sit out here for a bit and think about the garden, among other things. 

The church bells just rung the hour. 

This is not boredom, though. I have plenty to do, but nothing pressing at the moment. 

This is contentment. 

Jennifer 5:58 PM

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Redbud in front of the side porch:

Violets everywhere:

Jennifer 5:47 PM

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Saturday, April 19, 2014

I planted loads of seeds today, including kale, Swiss chard, turnips, collards, mixed greens, and a lot of other stuff. I also made pesto from the dead nettle plants that are threatening to take over the garden! I had a chicken/pesto/provolone wrap for lunch with a freshly made tortilla. Mmmmm. 

The kittens are two tomorrow! How time flies. I bought them toys for their birthday, and they are now all over the house. :)

There is a video on Facebook. I will post one here as well, later. 

Jennifer 7:32 PM

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

I had every intention of sowing seeds on Monday while I was off work, but a cold snap made me wait, and I sowed them tonight. Not all of them; squash and suchlike will be sown in two weeks, but its a start. 

Thankfully, nothing in the kitchen garden was affected by the cold snap. The only things that got hit were a pot of mixed greens that were in the greenhouse. 

Jennifer 6:45 PM

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Sunday, April 13, 2014

The two little oil lamps and the blue juicer/reamer were some of my finds this month. 

The first Burlington was today; a week early since Easter is next week. I brought a decent amount of stuff and sold a bunch of stuff--although no rolling pins, surprisingly. I might lower the price a bit next month. 

I bought... Not a lot, really, although I spent about $100 total. A Celtic calligraphy book that looks like fun, two Louisville pottery mugs, a box of woodcarving tools, a cherry box someone made, a blue glass juicer that came with its own cup, four long strands of beads, a candle sniffer, two small oil lamps, a medium sized Pyrex bowl, a really nice shelf... Nothing was expensive, and I stayed within my budget, so it's all good. 

But it got up to 80 degrees today, and whew! It was a bit hot I don't remember the April Burlington ever being this warm. 

Of course, there's a chance of snow Tuesday morning, so there's spring in Ohio for you...

Thankfully, the pizza is back, too. :)

Jennifer 6:20 PM

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Sunday, April 06, 2014

I get a lot more done around here when I have an actual list to work from. I need to remember that. 

Jennifer 7:25 PM

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Friday after work, I stopped at Goodwill because I really needed another pair or two of pants. I had been wearing the same four pairs over and over again, and two of those pairs are starting to show their age a bit. 

Clothing was 50% off, and I found seven pairs of pants (two capris, one jeans, four other) so I actually have choices now. :)

Yesterday, I even went through my closet and weeded through both pants and capris and tried on anything I wasn't sure about. I still should weed the hang up clothes a bit, but my closet is looking pretty organized right now, which is good!

Jennifer 10:03 AM

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Planted most of the kitchen garden yesterday. Rhubarb, kale, peas, carrots, onions, lettuce, radishes... and more. It feels so nice to have the kitchen garden back in business!

Jennifer 9:57 AM

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Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Yesterday evening, I uncovered the blueberries and created a deer fence to go around them, which will hopefully work. I am mulching them with the cut branches from the bushes, which will give them more nitrogen, which they like. There will be a raised bed beside the fence for potatoes eventually. 

The sky was this blue yesterday:

Jennifer 8:36 AM

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Sunday, March 30, 2014

The challah turned out well. 

Jennifer 12:49 PM

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