I knew this year was going to be a slow one in the garden. After all, Joshua was born when I would typically get going in the garden, so I was a tad distracted this spring. Anyway, we did make some progress last weekend: Ed finally brought home composted manure from his parents’ cows. Last year, he had plenty of help ammending the garden soil, see?
Who cares if I had a little trouble dumping the wheelbarrow? I was a lot more helpful last year! Looking at this old photo made me wonder if I’ll ever fit into those jeans again. But then I remembered those jeans had a hole in the knee and I cut them up to make a skirt, which I never finished. Oh well, no rush to lose the baby weight, then!
Back to the garden… Ed had no help from me this year, as I was busy with the baby. I did manage to get outside and take one picture of him shoveling manure. Here it is!
But then I got distracted and instead took some pictures of the baby. It was much more fun!
I also visited our friend’s garden center and picked up some rhubarb to replace the plant that something dug up, seed potatoes and seeds. We plan to spend Mother’s Day getting everything planted, at my request!
How’s your garden doing?