Warmer temperatures are finally becoming a constant. I've started some seeds indoors - mainly herbs and flowers. I still need to start the first batch of vegetables. Last weekend, John and I built the garden frames. They are huge! We now have two gardens that are 4' x 8' and about 20" deep. We're going to need about 4 cubic yards of topsoil before we can plant. We also plan to construct a larger compost bin near the gardens to handle more of the yard weeds.
Wednesday was Sam's Parent Teacher Conference. I'm proud to announce Sam has achieved the top reading level expected, as well as excelled in Math, Art, Music and Physical Education. His only weakness appears to be his desire to entertain the class.
Sam is on vacation until the end of the month. We are planning a trip to the zoo early next week.
John's knee is healing vey well. He is walking unassisted now, and continues to do muscle building exercises religiously. He hopes to be able to run a couple of the late season races.
Knitting and dyeing stories, experiences, solutions, and original pattern designs by Jessica LHeureux
Friday, March 21, 2008
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