It's not from wearing it so much, but rather from putting it on and taking it off so frequently.
Our weather has been wildly fluctuating from really warm to really cool. Plus we've been having on and off showers for a couple of days. Yesterday we got 1/2" (along with some powerful thunder boomers) which was good because we've not had any moisture for some time. Today's rain measured only 2/10ths of an inch.
Garden report . . .
Our strawberries are blossoming their little heads off and I was thinking we'd have to set up the sprinkler because they definitely need the moisture to make berries. Now they should be okay at least for a while.
The shell peas aren't quite big enough yet to grab on to their trellis. But they should be happy in the cool weather. Come on, you little legumes, grow!
My first radishes, planted 23 days ago with alternate rows of lettuce, Swiss chard and spinach, should be forming crispy, crunchy round orbs . . . but they're not.
Surprisingly, the zucchini seeds are sprouted and doing well . . . inside their own little greenhouse.
The Brussels sprouts look good. They're about 8" tall.
The bed of salad greens is finally coming into its own and we now have enough for our daily tossed salad.
The forecast for tonight is down to 38°. Okay, I'd call that cool enough.
Where's my sweatshirt?
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