I just read Jenna's blog. She has been milking her doe, Bonita for one month. I am proud of her, and remember commenting on one of her blog posts last year that she should add goat's milk to her farm :) GOOD for her!!
Tonight, I was out in the garden after settling my goat friends for the night. I was looking at all the healthy weeds that have exploded in growth and thinking "OMG. HOW am I going to get all these under control?" I have SO much to do and I am anxious to plant my green beans, and I have to clear another area for two more potato boxes. I have been weeding a little every evening after work while it is cool, and I am making slow progress. My onions are doing very well. I have seedlings started in the greenhouse, and they all look healthy. My herbs are starting to grow, and my celery is growing taller. I have peas to eat, and spinach ready and I harvested a romaine lettuce yesterday. All is well.
My friend Alison told me that she is going to grow some veggies in her yard in Sutter Creek. Deja said that Andy is clearing their space, getting ready to plant. Rachel is talking about planting some things in pots at her new place. Dawnia is getting ready for her tomatoes. My Mom and Dad still grow pots of tomatoes in their tiny manicured yard.
I remember planting a tiny veggie garden in a corner of our Oakley home in the '80's, and how satisfying that small effort was. My advice is GO FOR IT! Even if you plant one wine barrel with a tomato and some basil, or a shady pot of lettuce seeds~small successes are still successes!
....Hmmmm, I wonder where the tomatoes should go this year?