It was such a beautiful day today after all our snow and cold, that I ventured out to the garden. There was work to do—trimming roses and the trumpet vine. There was also nothing left of my fall plantings except freezer burned foliage.
I did glean some carrots and a turnip, some of which I used in a chili I made for supper. They were very sweet, lovely, salad carrots. Last year at this time I was planting peas, but we’re apparently due for another cold snap with frozen precipitation, so I’m figuring some time in March I’ll get back in with seeds. But for now, I’ll enjoy the carrots and do a little planning.