So there is about a 3.5 inch clearance under the couch. Kiki decided she was going to get her head and body under it. She worked and worked and worked until finally........
Poo pounced her and told her just what a stupid waste of time it was since she was not going to get her head any further under the damn thing......
After a couple minutes of scraping they went on their merry way!
It is time to start the herb seedlings so they are ready to go in the ground on or around May 15th. I grew up in Webster New York where Harris Seeds is a staple garden store. After moving to Columbus I was pleased to discover I could still bring a little Harris Seeds to me by ordering my herb seeds online. Below is this years selection:
Basil, Sunflowers (both tall and potted), Parsley, Catnip, and Cilantro
Sweet Marjoram and Rosemary are new additions to my plantings this year. They sent me a freebie of lettuce blend I hope to have success with too. Within the next week I will be starting these little babies.
This is what I have been knitting this week. It is the short sleeved version of the Simple Knitted Bodice by Stitch Diva Studios. Check it out here: http://www.stitchdiva.com/ProductInfo.aspx?productid=SDS-026
I am knitting it with the Southwest Trading Company Bamboo yarn I bought at Gail Knits in Las Vegas. This yarn is AMAZING. So soft and no splitting at all. Even when I ripped back a few rows and started over there wasn't any splitting.
Wow! Speaking of high cat content (read apocoaknits if you haven't yet) awesome knitties...I mean kitties...whoa.
Your herb operation is way more professional than mine. You're going to have to give me some tips.
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