I’m finally feeling better from the last post and I’m looking forward to getting back in the garden. I’m just glad they’re not hard and fast about being there every week on the dot. It is, of course, my preference to be there every week but health doesn’t allow and, thankfully, there is some leeway.
I have cuttings going of the tomato plants from last year which is, in my eyes, fantastic.
Everything I have growing in my windows are shooting for the Sun and getting stronger by the day.
I even planted some Persimmon and Japanese Maple seeds I’d been holding onto for a while now. One can only hope that they’ll grow as vigorously as these tomato plants, if not more so.
Aside from that, my week hasn’t been going so well. For some reason, the meds aren’t kicking in like they should and I’m starting to feel the dark claw of the April/May episode coming down on me. It’s nice to have advanced warning but still, I’d rather it not visit at all considering how much medication I’m taking and the dark history its had in my life.
On top of this, I’ve got one appointment after another coming up over the next few days when, quite frankly, I don’t even feel like getting out of bed.
So instead, I keep my mind on my plants and on my knitting. Sometimes, the most mundane things are the best medicine.