It's probably heresy to say this in ACC country, but ... March madness to me has to do with gardening, not basketball. Such a busy month! And just like the Final Four, the work continues into April. I know others are as busy because my fellow blogging friends have vanished from the online world. They, like I, are tilling, planting, dividing perennials, and caring for baby goats more than blogging. Well, friends, if you have time to read this, know that I miss you and look forward to a rainy day that may give you some inside time to blog!Perennials like hosta, oregano, mint, Black-eyed Susans and Lamb's Ear have been mercilessly dug up and chopped into halves or thirds. I'm not sure what I am going to do with all the extras. If/When we do move to a farm, I won't need a budget for landscaping as I will have all I need potted and ready to be returned to the earth. And there is something about moving plants with me that gives a new location a sense of history. These hosta came from my mother's yard and I have others that came from the first home Scott and I had when we first got married.
It's another beautiful day outside with blue sky and temperatures forecast to reach mid-80s. Time to go homestead instead of just writing about it. Ta-ta!