Keep this up Joseph and you will have an appropriate portfolio of work to "pitch" a garden show for kids to PBS.Your cartoons will work as priceless visuals, as well.I'm serious!Unfortunately, you do not have as fine a singing voice as Mr. Rodgers does and you might need to take some lessons.
We can all use a sense of humor at this time of the year. Thanks.
Thank you Allan! I'm not sure that a TV show is my goal... I'm just having fun. I'm not sure a kids show would be quite the place for my expositions on breeding tomatoes...Commonweeder,That is for sure... It was snowing AGAIN this morning!
Haha! I feel your pain.
hehehehe, you guys are so adorable!
LOVE IT Joseph! you are capturing our gardener world view better than anyone .Yes, we are all about the "soonish" !
Annie, yes, anticipation is the heart of gardening wherever you are... Glad you liked it!
I hate to be cruel, but... it was in the 60s here yesterday and I spent all day raking and trimming and scheming in the garden!!! Wahooooooo!!If it makes you feel better, my legs and abs are killing me today.
Love this video! For every little step forward it feels like we take 3 backwards. Still after seeing you in that snow I have no right to complain.
PQ and MB,It doesn't make me feel better... :( Actually, I LOVE hearing about people's springs coming before mine. It just builds up the anticipation all the more and makes it even better when it does arrive.Danger Garden,I think you do have a right to complain... I had a regular winter, so I'm not worried about my plants, while you guys got hammered when you should have been safe. I hope your spiny goodness all makes it through!
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