My garden has come a long way this week. I disced it, and have spread some leaves on the most of it, too. Now that it's rained (snowed, whatever), the leaves should lay down until I can plow them in later this month.
The snow today lasted long enough to get me wet on my route, and then it stopped. Figures. ;-) I'm working Tuesday, too, the day after the holiday, so that'll be another hard day.
I planted some mesclun, sage, and basil two days ago in my jiffy planter, and the mesclun is already sprouting! I can't believe how fast it's growing, so I'm covering it over again to keep it from growing out of the tops. I bought the herbs and a garlic and sunflower for a starter garden - not organic seeds, but enough to scratch the itch for now. I'm setting down tonight to pick out the seeds from my Southern Exposure catalog.
I fixed some venison roast for my co-workers today, and it went over pretty well. Even the non-deer-eaters thought it was pretty tasty. I crocked it overnight, with some sage, fresh dried parsley, onions, garlic, and potatoes. It smelled so good it woke me up at about 1 this morning. Mmmm... foooood.
I learned on Thursday night that bees can do math. My beekeeping class is so exciting. Really. Oh, I've said that already? Well, I meant it.
Gonna go eat my warmed-over spaghetti and do some work on my knitting olympics scarf.