Are you still learning how to garden and can’t quite grow enough veggies to feed your family yet? Would you like to start eating organic, local food but don’t know where to find it? Well, I have good news for you.
When my mom comes over to visit, she often reminisces about her Hungarian grandparents, especially her grandmother, Elizabeth. It never was a bother to me- I loved hearing their distant stories. But before long, polite listening turned into intense brain-picking.
I like using the term goals better than resolutions. “Resolutions” sound nice but have no meaning or structure. The word seems to have been reduced to mean “things you wanna do better, but probably wont.”
This bin actually cost us $100 total in supplies. We were going to build it from pallets but I wanted something a little nicer aesthetically, one I could take with us since we rent, and one that would last a few years.
God bless my husband. Every time he steps outside to plant something or experiment with seeds I freak out and try to stop him. I don’t know what it is about gardening but it brings out this raging perfectionist in me. Horrible, I know. I just have this image in my head of what a garden should look like…