These are raised beds. Hmmm.
This higher area is much drier but you may not wish to use the brick path right now. Although, it might be fun to pull on your Wellies and do a little wading.
So, what's a gardener to do when the rain is coming down nearly constantly on the weekend? Laugh about it of course and hope that the weather in a couple of weeks (my spring break) will be sunny and warm!
I'm not a fan of bumper stickers on cars. You express something which makes some people in traffic happy and the others angry, don't change anyone's mind about anything, and cause people to rear end you to read the fine print. The exception proves the rule and one that says, "If your thoughts can be expressed on a bumper, maybe you should think more." made me laugh out loud. I love to post pithy sayings around my house. Here are three spotted at Watson's Nursery that helped me forget all of the garden projects that the rain is keeping me from doing:
I'm not lactose intolerant, am able to consume gluten, and have never had problems with allergies until now. Beware, I hear this is on the rise!
Years of analysis have yielded the following realization:
My neighbor is building a large boat and recently animals have been showing up in pairs. What have you been doing to keep yourself sane in the midst of your drought, winter that won't end, or nearly endless rain?