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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

A Tiny Mushroom

When my daughter was here on Sunday, she looked at my geraniums that I had grown from seeds. She noticed the tiny little mushroom (toadstool?) growing in the pot. I have had these, while the plants were in the basement and now they are starting up here. A perfect little mushroom. The soil is damp and I suppose that's perfect for this little plant.


Here are my geraniums ready to go outside. They are a little spindly, but I'm sure they will do well.


My vanilla marigolds are ready too. I didn't start these till late in the season, so they are kind of tiny. I will carefully put them in the soil and keep them in a protected spot. Once they are out...they will flourish, hopefully.



I was at Church all morning. There was a sign up sheet for Spring cleaning. I signed up and took my own cleaning tote and vacuum cleaner. There were 9 of us there and we cleaned the Sanctuary from ceiling to carpet. All the candle holders are washed and shiny. The pews and kneelers are polished and vacuumed. The altar furniture is polished. The speakers on the peaked ceiling are dusted. We worked till 10 and then had a coffee break. When we were finished, Father ordered a pizza and we all had a snack. Many hands make light work. It was fun, working together. The time just flew.
Balisha



3 comments:

thesouthernlady64 said...

Hi Balisha, Your plants look good really good compared to the tomato plants I started from seed. My son wants to plant some tomatoes in my yard and will bring his own plants this weekend but I planted some tomato seed, cucumber seed, and okra seed just to see what they would do in pots. The cucumber plants may be able to be transplanted soon. We shall see!

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Hi Balisha. Your geraniums look good. Mine are a little spindly too but they will fatten up with some sun.Work is much better when shared with friends and chatting.

Barbara said...

We have cleaning and maintenace days at church too. It is amazing what gets done when there are many hands.