Monday, October 18, 2010

End of the season (in more ways than one)

I'm not to sorry to say that Summer is over. I will miss the sunshine, the fun storms and playing in the garden but not the heat. Here is the garden a few tomatoes, the cabbage, the crowder peas are still fighting to grow. Gone is the broccoli and watermelon. Even the green peppers appear to be giving up hope.

And in case you think I am being melodramatic (cause I am) even the farmer has decided that the corn has to come in. Hopefully that will make lots of cows and little farm animals happy for the winter.

Well Fall has arrived and its time to start planning next years garden. Hum what to plant, what to plant?

Thanks for reading and blessings to you and yours.


  1. We have had a quite a few nights here in the 20's and 30's; I'm surprised at some of the stuff growing in my yard that is still hanging in there.

  2. When summer is "finished" here, we are still growing stuff -- right through winter. Happy planting planning!

  3. Hi Laura

    Thank-you for visiting my blog.
    Funny i just pulled my seed catalog out last night. Dreaming of next summer already and changing from how I did things this year.It is cold here tonight. Freezing mark and rain for the rest of the week. Glad we got our corn for the most part in today.