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6.01.2015

Feeling Normal | Weekending

After an impromptu break last week - since I didn't have any posts scheduled (not uncommon) - I decided it'd be more stress than necessary to write posts as the week went on and took the week to recoup.  Things have slowed down a bit at work, and I'm feeling MUCH more at peace!

I kicked off the weekend Friday evening, hanging out with these guys.

2 Rotties and a Mutt!


Saturday was a work day for me.  I took time last week to plan out posts for the next 2-3 weeks.  Now to just write them.  As part of that, and part because I needed to get it done, I started researching and taking pictures to sell some things on eBay.  Check back tomorrow for more on that!

Items for eBay


Sunday, I continued plugging along, and we also headed into Tallahassee for a matinée and some grocery shopping!

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I had to check on my garden when we got back.  What's  that you say?  I never mentioned anything about planting a garden this year!  That's because knowing early on that there was a chance we could be moving, I didn't plant one.  However, last year I would throw any seeds from the veggies back out into the soil.  Lo and behold I have a cucumber that popped up this spring!  Since it's the only thing in the planter bed, it's flourishing and I have at least two little cukes growing away currently.  I haven't done ANYTHING to enhance the soil- no manure, no Miracle Gro, and no hoeing!  I have kept the weeds at bay since I saw the little guy spring up.  But since there's a barrier beneath the soil, that has been kept to a minimum!

Cucumber Patch


I'm so very excited to get back at it!

Linking with Biana!

11 comments:

  1. Biana Perez9:19:00 AM

    I love the feeling of selling things on ebay! I did that myself this weekend and I'm already excited to see stuff get out of the house! xo, Biana -BlovedBoston

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  2. My next house will have a space for a garden, for sure.

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  3. I'm surprised how easy it was, and the amount of traffic that I got almost right away!

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  4. heheh mine probably won't- but I will have at least herbs!

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  5. Ahhhhh look at those little cucumbers!!! I really wish I would have gotten my crap together to plan a garden this year. We have space and everything. Next year...next year!

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  6. I loooved Pitch Perfect 2!
    www.amemoryofus.com

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  7. Gah last year, I got a head start on everything and I started my crops inside. Transplanted them when it got warm enough. Then it poured for days - weeks. They drowned and I had to start over :( THEN rabbits and/or gophers decided to eat all of my bean plants. And by all, I mean. Down to stubs. Finally, something kept picking unripe peppers off the plant - seriously JUST the peppers. I just gave up.

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  8. It was really good, especially for a sequel! I'm not sure if it was QUITE as good as the first one though!

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  9. Oh man!!! Stupid rabbits! Don't they know that those veggies are for humans? (Bad cereal joke...haha!)

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  10. Jordyn Brown12:51:00 AM

    Don't you just love those little volunteer plants? My husband and I have a huge pumpkin plant growing in our side yard from fall live pumpkin decor that we never got up! And my mom has recently sprouted a tomato plant in her back yard from tossing rotten tomatoes out!

    xoox, SS

    The
    Southern Stylista

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  11. I was so excited, but we included the cuke in our salad, and it was SO bitter tasting! I'm hoping I just left it on the vine too long, but it made me not have high hopes for the others!

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