First some beauty......first row of the garden beds with glads and mini zinnias.
Tall zinnias on the back of the calf shed.
A 4"x4" Yukon Gold already! An early Girl tomato and a Walla Walla sweet.
Harvest is in full swing; the past week included Quickie sweet corn, yellow squash, green beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, and loads of blackberries.
The back garden; setting on lots of Butternut squash, cantaloupe and Honeydew measuring several inches. Just planted the rest of the bed in the foreground to the last planting of Kandy Korn sweet corn and Connecticut field pumpkins.
This picture is too distant, but l to r, flower row, then Annihilator bush beans, then onions and potatoes, all of which are maturing rapidly, then first and second plantings of sweet corn. We'll have Cloud Nine corn maturing next week, followed by Kandy Korn and Peaches and Cream.
Even a bunny shaped tomato!
Pretty much "same old...same old". Finished month 4 of chemo last Wednesday. Next week is an off week and then start month 5 of the same. Will have the next cancer marker test in less than 2 weeks....we pray for another decline in the number.
The cumulative effects of the chemo are catching up to me a bit, but it's nothing I can't bear. It is working and that is the main thing.
I thank those of you who continue to remember me and pray for me. It means so much.