Yummy!! I get excited every time I see it in the spring after forgetting about it all winter.
so. very. jealous.
To be honest, we don’t have broccoli this spring because of any advanced planning on our part. When we planted the “out-of-date seed” bed in the garden last year, Robin mixed up summer broccoli with winter broccoli, so we had a block of leafy plants that just sat there all summer. They were swarmed with aphids in the fall, pecked by chickens all winter, and still managed to knock out a decent crop of broccoli in April.
I bet it gets excited to see you too. I know Peggy and I do. BTW, why is there nothing to click to receive responses? Does everyone automatically receive responses whether they give a rip or not?
Our blog is not set up to send response notices. I’ve considered adding a plug in to do this, but it hasn’t happened yet.
..wow, I am 6 pages of archives behind…time flies when you are avoiding responsibility!
I got to quickly peruse your wares ( in the form of posts) while looking for the spot where I fell off the face of the earth..I can’t wait to see all of the details but the initial pictures looked great. It is funny how a year ( or more…DON’T JUDGE!) can seem so little when stepping back into a comfortable place..as in coming back to your blog with a smile as I quickly go back in history (not reverse walking over your favorite recliner).
My references are still odd.
Well, there’s no need for a sense of responsibility but it’s nice to see you back. It’s like getting the band back together. 🙂
We’ve been pretty out of the loop for the last couple years too, sporadically posting, etc. I sometimes think about starting a new blog with a different focus or moving to a different platform. Kids these days like pictures and no text.
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