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May 31, 2014 5:09 AM CST
Name: Michele Roth
N.E. Indiana
joseph wrote:
So far no planting snafus for me, if you don't count lost radish seeds... But I'm feeling a snafu coming on. My genetics are viking, so my body really really dislikes the hot sun that we get around here... And it is so hot right now, and so sunny that I'm not feeling like getting out into the garden. This type of weather is about 2-3 weeks early this year. It usually arrives after I am done planting. I usually don't start my summer schedule (in the garden before sunrise) until July. Grumble-Whine. I am really not a morning person, but I suppose that I'll give in to my genetics and head for the garden while it's still dark.

I agree

A few more cloudy days here and there would help immensely! And while I'm dreaming...the inclusion of a nice breeze in the cooler morning hours to blow away the skeeters would also be appreciated. Big Grin I'm still wearing two layers of clothing self defense!

Heading out there now to get something done before the rest of the family gets up for the day. Smiling

Hope everyone has a great day!

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