Saturday, March 14, 2009

We garden.


It was another perfect day here in the desert.
Mike spent the morning planting our garden.
Stella and I kept him company.

13 comments:

  1. That looks fantastic! Can't wait to plant our own fresh veggies before it gets too hot!

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  2. Aaaahhhh... look at your red door! It is so cute. And so is that little blondie.

    And you guys are so PC... look at your solar panels. I love it!

    I can't wait for it to warm up enough for us to start our seeds and seedlings... but not until May! :-(

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  3. You are making me want to garden and it is way to early here. I need to move that is just the answer.

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  4. Looks nice! It was a beautiful perfect day! We did the same thing today!

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  5. your yard looks so pretty and green! you guys have done an amazing job. what are you planting? neal asked me what I wanted in our garden and i pretty much just listed off the ingredients for salsa. plus strawberries. oh well. :)

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  6. Damn....there's still snow on the ground here! At least another two or three months before we can think of planting. blahhhhhh

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  7. That child looks like her daddy! Super cute! I'm still lovin' the red door. And are those solar panels on your roof??

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  8. I miss my Mesa!! We are still freezing every night in utah County! Enjoy your beautiful days now because we all know what July and August look like!

    Stella, you doll!

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  9. OH, P.S... I meant to ask, are those bells on your red door for Champ? We trained our puppy to ring the bell when he wants out. It works amazingly well!

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  10. your green grass (and fab red door) are both so beautiful. AZ is one of our options for job searching a year from now and i gotta say i'm seriously tempted...

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  11. Hi Stephanie ~ love the door; it looks so nice against the rest of the back of your house. What do you use the solar panels for? I would love to use solar but it seems to be too expensive to have them put in. And what are you planting? A garden will be our next big outdoor project... but it may have to wait until the puppy isn't chewing everything in sight; I hope Champ gives your new plants a chance! :)

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