More enforced idleness

This weekend’s plan: nothing out in the garden that involves lifting, pulling, or otherwise working the muscles in my back. That essentially means wandering around making mental notes of all the things that still need to be done and what will be going where. And lots and lots of work on the “real” business.

The flats are going strong, except one group of tomatoes that look a little scraggly. I’m not sure if they’re just ugly duckling tomatoes or if there’s something wrong with them, but either way it won’t be a big deal: there are others to replace them.

Now if my back would just finish doing whatever it needs to do for me to get going on the todo list, which grows by the day…

One thought on “More enforced idleness”

  1. “there are others to replace them.”

    Sounds like garden communism 101 right there. I didn’t know you were so cold hearted and calculating. Wait, who am I kidding, yeah I did.

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