Oh my!!I think you are one of those people who have "black" thumbs instead of green...black...as in the plague! titter titter!
That is one of the saddest things I have ever seen. I'll have my church for you on Sunday.m.
Jane-Yes, I hang my head often.
Mark-Pray, for my stalk.
Monsanto strikes again?
Annie-I had to look that one up. You are a smarty!
Might be because you have poisoned your soil with salt....and the Monsanto thing too.....or it's all that dirt-y talk you do around your plants.lolMaybe the plants have been peeking at your blog?Plants don't like naughtiness but we sure do! ;-)I think it's too late to pray for your stalk or your little red balls....
sluggy-LOL little red balls. Very, very little!And my dear, I didn't salt the tomatoes. Well if I had any I would lightly salt them when I ate them.
Better then none at all right? We have to find the positive and next year it can only grow better :-)Have a great weekend!Blessings,Jill
What is your proximity to a nuclear reactor? Yeah, little balls and a limp stalk do not a garden make (or anything else for that matter). The key to any garden is the soil. Till in some good compost this fall and that should help.
Jill-You are like the sister that everyone wants!Have a great long weekend!
D.Lynn-Actually we are about 20 miles from the old Zion nuclear power plant. Hmmm makes you wonder. So do you want to buy any of my produce?
You don't happen to glow in the dark or anything, do you? And tempted as I might be, I think I'll pass on the produce offer... I'm sure I'm eating way too healthy these days ;)
D.Lynn-I have often wondered what the long term effects will be on us. Is mental illness one of them?
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