We finally got around to starting our fall planting in the vegetable garden. Things were put on hold in October because I had a few weeks of severe anxiety/depression, complicated by a reaction to medication. Ugh. I am so thankful to be doing better!
On Saturday, we put up a fence around the garden to keep the chickens out. They weren't too happy about that. After creating the chicken boundary, we planted seeds for beets, carrots, lettuce, spinach, parsnips, and a few herbs. Today the kids and I went to the garden center and got seeds for peas and kale. We also got broccoli, cabbage, bok choy, onion, and brussel sprouts plants. Lots of things we've never grown before. I'm curious how our fall gardening venture will turn out. The kids insist that they will eat everything that we grow in our own garden. I hope they do!
The chickens are doing well and supplying us with lots of eggs. They are a funny group of ladies, very entertaining to watch.
We've been getting some rain and it is so wonderful to see our lawn (um, weed patch) turning green again.