March 2, 2011

Tracking mud through the house...

Blue skies and tulips poking through the earth......our garden still has tomato stalks and some dried up yellow shells from tomatoes that were left when the first frost came from the fall. All the brown will be lush and green in 2 months! We plant lettuce seeds first: red-leaf lettuce, mustard, arugula, romaine, etc.For now, I got a Green B.E.A.N. Delivery box...comes every 2 weeks. Regular price is $35 for:

124 oz -Potatoes, Klamath Pearl

1Two PoundsCarrots, Bulk

3EachGrapefruit, Pink Florida

1One Pound -Green Beans

4EachTangelos, Minneola


1EachLettuce, Boston Bib


18 oz. -Spinach, Baby

116 oz.Strawberries

Use coupon code: 2010NTAW to get 50% off your first produce bin! Thanks to the March 2011 issue of natural awakenings! See page 9 and 11 in this issue...

Who knows what the next delivery will bring? Maybe some early asparagus?

Rob and I have been talking about getting some chickens for our backyard...real good eggs.


GretchenJoanna said...

What a happy blog! Glory to God! The photo of your little girls playing in the sunshine of the early spring...reminds me of what it was like to go out discovering buds and sprouts with my kids.

Wendy said...

Your Fiest music is so cute - matches this post perfectly! Have you ever heard of Nellie McKay? You might like her tribute to Doris Day cd...
Make sure you listen to songs 8-12! :)

Marfa said...

I do love Fiest...and listened to Nellie McKay for the first time ever today..."If I ever had a dream" is a good one...found her "Italian Song" on and added it...pretty sweet little song! Thanks for the suggestion.

Emily said...

Ahhhhh perfect! Thanks for the info! I've been looking to do something like this!