Thursday, November 6, 2008
The cover crop is coming up. There will be a slow but steady yield of chard and kale, and a little artichoke digging its roots in for a boisterous second season.
Like my garden beds, this blog will go relatively untended through the winter. If you want something fun to read on a cold winter morning, you're welcome to visit my blog about at-risk youth:
May your winter be a time of quiet dinners and merry feasts, with loved ones and friends. May your turning-inward yield insight and peace. Remember, like the leaves: do not be afraid to let go.
See you in Spring!
Posted by Matt at 9:27 AM