Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Primary Elections and gardening have something in common...

a primary election is like planting a seed and hoping it germinates.

Today is our primary in Idaho.

I'll be doing my duty as an American citizen.

NB:    Personal Identification is Required to Vote in Idaho

Arkansas -- Preferential Primary Election, Nonpartisan ElectionMay,20,2014
Georgia -- Congressional PrimaryMay,20,2014
Idaho -- Primary Elections: Federal, Statewide, Legislative and Judicial Offices ,County Offices,Port District Primary ElectionMay,20,2014
Kentucky -- Primary Election Day - Polls open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mail-in absentee ballots must be received by clerk before 6 p.m.May,20,2014
Oregon -- Congressional PrimaryMay,20,2014
Pennsylvania -- Congressional PrimaryMay,20,2014

Meantime, the eggplant, tomatoes, peppers (both hot and sweet) have been sprung from the cold frame and are happily planted in the garden.

The first planting of radishes (three kinds) are almost ready, the lettuce (4 kinds), escarole, endive, and kale are thriving.  I also have a bumper crop of volunteer lettuce.

Next up?  Romano beans, basil, beets, and onions.

Most of my decorative pots are planted with my favorite petunias.

Our back deck is stained and front deck will be stained Thursday.

I am tired.

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