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Apr 15, 2014 12:59 AM CST
Name: Diana
Dayton, TX
Looks like we are all in for another ride on the weather roller-coaster again. My garden is mostly planted already. Lots of seeds up and growing. I've already lost quite a lot of tomato plants and hoping tonight's cold front doesn't dip too much - sure don't want to have to replant again. At least I won't lose my sunflower and corn seeds again this year - they are already growing, so not worried about them washing away like last year. Most of my winter and summer squash are up and growing. In fact everything is planted and growing with the exception of beans - which I haven't planted yet.

While doing clean up out behind my potting shed - I found some seedlings from last winters sown seeds. a 2 liter soda bottle with heliotrope growing in it. So happy to see those babies. Along with a bottle with Roma tomatoes from last winter too. Those are going to come in handy.

With all thhe rain we've been having - lots of weeds popping up. Not so easy any more for me to get down and pull any more. Think I need to find some specialized tools for people with limited mobility, if there is such a thing.

Is everyone as impressed with this blood moon as I am? If it weren't so darn cold I would be out there trying to get a few photos. And I understand we will have another one this Fall.

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