It’s Growing!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Gro-ables for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. If you know me at all, you know that Procrastination is my middle name. Sometimes the last-minute rush and adrenaline work out just fine and everything is good enough. Other times, I'm supposed to be harvesting my Gro-ables plants for a sponsored post and I have … [Read more...]

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Every Season is Growing Season!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Gro-ables for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Ok, I know some of you are still buried in snow. We're actually still buried in remodeling madness here, but I've decided that every season is growing season. Currently I'm growing a baby (which I seem to be much better at that than growing house plants, thank … [Read more...]

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CSA and Summer {Finer Things Friday}

This just arrived, and I have no idea what to do with most of it. Just kidding!  Kind of. We are thrilled to have purchased a share of our brand new local Community Supported Agriculture this summer.  Fresh, organically grown veggies, delivered to our door once a week, and the opportunity broaden our veggie horizons.  ;) Now... what do I do with it?! Pretty sure … [Read more...]

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The Runaway Garden {Frugal Gardening Linky}

Somebody remind me to plant fewer squash next year, okay?  This is what I picked tonight. I'm sure there are more zucchini lurking in the vines, but it was getting dark (the only time it's not 120° out) and they were well camouflaged, as my 5 year old would say.  And yes, sadly, that is how our grass looks throughout the yard.  Still no rain here, and the sprinkler … [Read more...]

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Give with Your Garden {Busy Mom’s Guide}

You know what feels pitiful?  Tinkering around in my garden, watering (a lot) in the midst of the driest, hottest Kansas summer I can remember, coaxing production out of plants that do not make or break my diet, or my life, while farmers all around us, including my own in-laws, are making hard decisions about livestock under their care. Our neighbor's cabbage is ready.  … [Read more...]

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