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Mother Nature, Why Must You Rain On My Parade

Looks like the weather has kind of put a damper on this weeks theme of gardening.  While my plants try to stay warm outside, covered with plastic blankets, I guess I’ll have to get my sunshine from other source these days.
Here is a picture of Josh and Monet, working in the yard this past weekend.  I can’t tell you how this warms my heart.  Josh is such an amazing Daddy.
And here is a bouquet I made on Saturday.  Lovely, isn’t it!?
And while these photos do warm my heart, I am still very concerned for my plants.  Three days of rain and snow is what the forecast has predicted.
Stay strong Raspberry plant!  The sun will come back out soon.
Ruhbarb, you’ll be fine.  Just hang in there.
Hey little snow peas.  You’re one of my strongest.  Please help the others to stay positive.
Oh, my beautiful arugula.  You’ll be fine, just stay low and warm.
And my little mystery squash volunteers, what a friendly surprise you were the other day.  Hang in there.  I know you can make it.
The good news is that our rain buckets will be full of water once the storm passes.
Mother Nature, I don’t mean to be rude, I don’t mean to threaten, but can this please be the last cold storm we get?
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One observation on “Mother Nature, Why Must You Rain On My Parade
  1. kflicker

    That picture of Josh and Monet is soo precious. I love it! and Im sooo jealous of your yard/garden. You guys have done such a great job. I look forward to creating my own garden. I need to start making a to do list and getting some things done! You are truly inspiring.

     
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