Creating Me

Wednesday, May 26

Adventures in gardening

Adventures in Gardening

The garden is looking really good. The watermelons and pumpkins already have flowers on them as well as the cucumbers. I am so proud because I started them from seeds. But in the past few days I had noticed that a neighborhood cat had decided to use my strawberry patch* as it's personal litter box. Then today I saw the cat on the back patio. So I went out to scare it away but it ran into the shed. I was in for a suprise when I opened the door because there sat 4 kittens.

* can you really call one strawberry plant a patch??
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Tuesday, May 18

Last day of school

I decided that I didn't like the purple/black/grey socks so I made these instead.

Today is Sage's last day of school. This year has went by so quickly.I really liked Sage's teachers this year, so I decided that I wanted to do something special for them. I called every parent in the class and had them bring a picture that their kids had drawn and I put them into a book (complete with cover and binding). It came out even better than I thought it would.
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Sunday, May 9

Gardening

The amount that I know about gardening would fit in a thimble, but has that stopped me from trying to exercise my green thumb. No way. Here's a pic of the garden as it looks today, not too bad. Next year I will not be starting the vegtables from seeds in my house, I will buy started plants from Wal-Mart. The tomatos and carrots that I started as seeds didn't make it to the garden. But the watermelons and pumpkins are looking really good.
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Friday, May 7


Less than two weeks till Sage is out of school for the summer. This school year has went so quickly. I decided to knit socks for her teachers as an end of year gift. They are always wearing silly socks so I thought some self-striping yarn and the Broadripple pattern would be perfect. I have never knit on size one needles before and I'm amazed at how long it takes me to knit with these little sticks.
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