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Haphazard Gardening

Over the three day weekend, I did a little gardening. Haphazardly. Because, that’s the way I roll. That’s right. It’s not just my knitting/crocheting that’s haphazard…..it’s my entire life! 😉

Need proof? Here’s a photo of my garden so far this year. Ignore any weeds you might see!

I added three tomato plants to the bottom section of the garden. I didn’t have any planting areas ready, so, I just plopped the plants into the center of the mounds of soil. It should work. My life is nothing but one big science experiment! 😉

Hope you got a chance to play in the dirt lately! How’s your garden growing?

Happy gardening!

Lori

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Hi! I'm Lori! Welcome to my little corner of the blogging world! My hubby and I live on a small farm in Eastern Oregon with 5 cats (it's a LONG story), 3 horses and a mule. I work full-time as a department lead at the nursery department of a local hardware store. You'll discover I have wa-a-a-ay too many hobbies for the amount of "spare time" I have. So, I'll just keep muddling though this life.....

3 thoughts on “Haphazard Gardening

  1. Hehe, my ex was a previous Marine so nothing was allowed to be haphazard in our house :P. I did tho’, do things that were unexpected haha. I planted spinach for the first time (seeds) and went out a week or so later to weed, yeah I mistook the little spinach plants for weeds and pulled them all up. I realized they weren’t weeds but the spinach plants and had to replant. Learned real quick what they looked like lol. I live in an apt now and miss having a garden :(.

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