The last few weeks have been crazy!
First I had finals week. Let me just say that going back to school as an adult feels very odd. It’s one thing to have finals week when you’re 18, but when you’re 28 it feels strange to say it. Regardless, finals went well. Straight As in all my classes!
Then came Spring Break (another oddity), which I was expecting to use to get caught up on blogging, gardening, organizing my house, etc. Unfortunately nature had other plans for me inasmuch as I caught the PLAGUE. I very rarely get sick but when I do it hits me like a ton of bricks. This time was no exception. In all of this, I was also working 3 days a week, so blogging kind of fell by the wayside.
I did manage to accomplish some projects, though!
First up, to continue the UFH challenge theme for the month, I made chevre (that’s pepper on the top, in case you’re wondering):
On the gardening front, I got two of our beds tilled and amended with compost (aka chicken poop!) and gypsum. The chickens had a field day out there with me looking for worms. My husband moved a lot of our shrubs to other spots in the yard to make room for the vegetables I want to plant. We also put in some raspberry bushes that we still need to trellis. I’m a little nervous about putting in berries, since we have an entire hill of blackberries behind our house that we have to attack every year with machetes, but he really wanted them. Hopefully with the trellising they won’t get too out of control. More on the yard in another post. Speaking of the chickens, though, look at the gorgeous eggs they’ve been laying!
Also, I finally managed to get my seeds started for the year!
My set up is certainly not state of the art (unless you consider old paint cans state ofart), but it works. I already have some sprouts coming up: peas, kale, and onions!