A Walk Through The Yard Coffee Share

Good morning, Everyone.
I had posted the Stories Served Newsletter yesterday, thinking it would cover both the coffee share and my email audience. But I happen to remember that Maria, the Sagittarius Viking—a fellow coffee blogger, asked me to snap a few pictures of my gardens last week.

Most of the veggies are in the raised beds—tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, peas, broccoli rabe, and collards. Matt is waiting for the okra seedlings to get a little bigger before planting them. We are not big okra fans, but Matt likes to pickle them for southern-style Bloody Marys.

The herb bed needs basil, rosemary, and thyme—next week’s garden center visit.
The patio trim

Poof! The front yard shade bed

In a few weeks, color will pop against the green backdrop, and, maybe, Bella Vela will launch and the Sunfish will be on the beach.
Thanks for indulging me.
Big Thank Yous go out to Eclectic Ali for keeping the Weekend Coffee Share up and running. Be safe. Be smart.

Have a good week, Everyone. Make it great.

 


Antoinette Truglio Martin is the author of Hug Everyone You Know: A Year of Community, Courage, and Cancer. The memoir is a wimpy patient’s journey through her first year of breast cancer treatment.

5 Comments on “A Walk Through The Yard Coffee Share

  1. Wow, Antoinette, your gardens are thriving. My husband has raised beds. That is all I know about gardening. Lol. Oh, yes, and how much I appreciate fresh vegetables. It will be nice to get on the water again. Love all of the photos! Take care. xx

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