October is teasing me! Yesterday when I couldn’t be home it was nice and warm and would have been a perfect day to get some of my fall gardening tasks completed. It got up to a high of 85 degrees F and was slightly breezy. At least I got my hubby to get me a pair of kneepads so I could plant bulbs and pull without destroying my knees. It is much easier for me to do these tasks on all fours since my tremendous preggo belly precludes me from bending over comfortably. I hope that this weather lasts a day or two longer to give me a chance to get outside.
A Day of Indian Summer
Harvest a Peck of Pepper Seeds!
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