Jack Frost made his first visit, so we pulled our potted plants into the garage.
I also made this banner for her.use bok choy like celery (or at least the white parts.) I was so excited because this is the "season" for bok choy and I'm getting it weekly in my Farmshare basket. The green part I chopped and sautéed with kale and turnip greens.
Before bed one night, I was in the bathroom imploring her to join me to brush our teeth. She replied sweetly, "One second. I need to write this down." Eventually she filled the page and John Isaac found it and said, "Did you write all this? That's a LOT of writing!" (Handwriting is not his favorite thing to do.)
wrote more about the meat here.
Today I was able to sneak down to my little patch of dirt and pluck out the frost-bitten zinnias. The kale and mustard greens survived.
Nothing compared to Slavomir Rawicz's year when he escaped from a Siberian prison camp during WWII and WALKED to India. Several years ago, I read The Long Walk which chronicles this utterly amazing feat. This weekend I watched the movie (based on the book) called The Way Back. The movie brought prospective to my last year. I have nothing worthy of complaint. As a side note, not all people believe this is a true story nonetheless it is inspiring.