Wednesday, March 22

Daily Farm Photo: 3/22/06

Fresh Frozen Chives

Okay, I do in fact have a (according to Whitey) boring little announcement to make, which I promise will be up later. In the meantime, this photo, taken this morning in the garden, does have something to do with it. But right now I'm headed out into the last of the afternoon sunshine. That frozen morning turned into a glorious spring day.


  1. I hope you are having one of those amazing spring days . . . full of things to do, but invigorating enough to make it all seem a pleasure instead of work.

  2. spring spring even the header is spring and am my way to work again living in a floating home
    am gonna miss uncle dan and the pets...

    chives give me some expensive here thosechives

  3. Hi Berecca,
    That's exactly what it was. Love those days. Give me two straight months of them, please.

    Hi Sha,
    I can't believe it's time for you to head back to your floating home already. We'll miss you! Hopefully you'll have a chance to pop online for a visit once in a while.

    Wow--chives are expensive in Athens? I wonder why. They are so easy to grow in practically any climate. Crazy!

  4. Hi
    I love your blog, so fresh, and Ilove the header and the sheep.

    I am orig from Iowa (city girl, Des Moines) and now live in rural Tennesssee.

    I am floundering to find myself still at 42, you have given me hope.

  5. Hi Doo Dah,
    Welcome to the farm! Glad you're enjoying your visits. Hearing that I've given you hope just absolutely made my day. Too cool. Thank you.


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