I’m so excited to see this little fella! My tomatoes have come along nicely the last few days, even if I do love in fear of pests..
Bread for the swans (hey, we had an official letter asking us to feed bread to swans!) and peas for the rest of them.
Sometimes all you need to do for a time out is to wander a local green area. We chose the park today, and were rewarded with the wildflower meadow.
I don’t know who had the most fun — BB or Megan!
My garden has its own ecosystem and I love watching it work!
And just like that, 30 Days Wild is over. It makes me a little sad that it is, because the hour a day (or more some days!) has really helped me focus on the world around me. Things that I didn’t really appreciate before I have found a new fondness for, and my beliefs have really cemented when it comes to pest control. My garden is going to be as organic as it possibly can be — if anything, 30 Days Wild has shown me I owe it to the ecosystem I have curated here.
Same time next year?