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May 14th, 2019

Our first tomato of the season!

It's not very big, but this one came with the plant when we bought it, so it's a mulligan. ;D My thumb shown for scale. Yes it's already eaten. This is one of the Crimson Beefsteaks and boy was it good. All 2 bites that I got! (I split it with Mom)



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A wild coleus appears!



Last spring I planted some old mixed coleus seeds from idk how many years ago, and they sprouted and did their thing. Toward the end of summer (iirc) we moved the plant pots out front, where, apparently, they proceeded to self-seed, based on the volume and colors of feral coleus now sprouting up everywhere.

You can probably also see the new little sprouts coming up here and there too, and the one in upper right is flowering, which means more seeds on the horizon.

These are on both sides of the walk, not just this one.

A bigger pic can be found here

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Big Year update

Oops, forgot to post this on Sunday. My folks went with my brother to a new dog park (for Bro's dog) and there, they saw barn swallows and scissor-tailed flycatchers, bringing us to 99 for the year so far.

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Postcrossing quilt: fabric update

Marimekko fabric from FI-3487936.


Ribbon from DE-8170252.


Master list of fabrics: https://laridian.dreamwidth.org/2767863.html

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