We’ve had a little cold snap here in Florida for the last couple of days and it zapped some of my basil and my broccoli. Maybe the broccoli will grow back but if it doesn’t that is all part of gardening. I’ll plant again in the spring.
This morning I gathered some collards and have them cooking so I can take them over to my son’s for dinner tonight. He loves collards. I also picked green beans for dinner because my eight year old grandson likes them. I try to go over at least once a week and have dinner with them. I love to cook since they are so busy working and what have you. I’ve been there and done that so I know what a hassle it can be. Tonight along with those green vegetables I am making mac and cheese and lemon-pepper chicken two more favorites of my grandson. He loves his vegetables and I am proud of that.
I still have a few flowers blooming in the yard and that makes me smile because my goal is to have flowers all year round. Granted my Mums might look a little ragtag but they are mine and I think they are pretty.
I love these dark red ones. Strange because I had forgotten I bought them. I usually look at the marked down flowers when I go to Lowes and find some pretty good bargains. I have to be careful because I am a plant collector. I will buy one and figure out where to put it once I get home and I take anything someone offers me whether it is seeds or plants. But like I said I have flowers blooming in my yard all year round. which is a blessing.
I am still working on the manuscript “Forethought” but will try to give you an excerpt in the next few days. Sometimes it is hard to write even though I love it because I am busy with the garden, my online classes and of course work at the hospital; all of which I find rewarding. Once I get out in that yard it is hard to get me back inside so my writing is usually regulated to working at night after I do my classes.
I just finished a great novel I have to tell you about in another post. Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day.