Well, if ya get the inkling to say hi in the comments sometime I will say hi back. Just sayin, it's nice to know I am not conversatin' with the thin air.
I think Sophie swings better with the one-boot method
In the garden the cucumbers are peeking out of the ground. The green beans and tomatoes don't look so well though. After talking with my mom I think some doses of rabbit poo tea may do the trick.
It has been more rainy than sunny here too, I wouldn't think that would affect them that much though.
Been working more this week and getting on the kids about keeping it clean around here....ha! ha! ha! What a novel idea mom. Oh, we'll see who has the last laugh on that one. (insert evil laugh)
I sent in my final self-evaluation for the quarter and with only my evaluation conference next week to go I am done with college for this past year. I have been accepted into the Psychology program for the next year and am still looking for a supplemental course to go with it. I really wanted to take sculpture, drawing or woodworking to go toward the type of counseling I want to do, but they were all full.
If you have ever been to counseling as a kid you can understand the unnatural feeling of it-just sitting there telling intimate feelings to another person. I really want to counsel in a way that we are doing an activity. It's not Art Therapy. Art Therapy is when you "read" the child's art work to figure out what is going on in their mind. This form of counseling is just keeping the hands busy so the heart and mind dont feel so pressured. I can't wait.
Do you have a garden? What is working for you and what's not? Have any tips?
A friend of mine gave me a great tip the other day. Mix your carrot seeds in with flour or cornmeal to plant them. It guards against the wasting in having to thin and you can see where you planted too.