And hopefully we are not going to grow straw since our intent was to use it as mulch as many of the garden books say to do! I have visions of having it sprout up everywhere, but I have been assured that it won't do it. We. Will. See.
Count me not convinced.
So after 13 bails of straw, this is what our garden looks like now:
Beans, cucumber (against the fence), mator, eggplant and pepper side:
Yes, everything is still little bitty, but it is there - I promise!
Okra, Corn, squash, radishes, onions... blah, blah, blah...
Closer view of mators and peppers on the right, and if you look real close, you can see onions growing on the bottom left corner:
Megan getting the dirt out from under her fingernails. Yes, she worked!
This is Steve today NOT WORKING right?
And him getting caught:
Here is Chelsea, who is not keeping her daddy held down like she needs to do:
And this is her playing dead when I fussed her for not holding daddy down:
I also found some monster mouse practicing playing dead (he learned it from Chelsea) in a full sized lawn chair. I bet the Monkey cat has gained 10 lbs since he moved here! He is HUGE! If you think of it this way: a typical sized butt supposed to sit there...
And a picture of Steve, not favoring the arm he has (not) been using nor using healing waters for the pain in his arm and knees:
That was what we accomplished yesterday and today. Lots and lots of straw.
And of course 7+ hours of therapy.
Tomorrow we have the melon patch to put straw on...
And that straw had better not be growing...