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Sterling Salem Witch and sailboat pin




Black cat door stop


Two very rare Westmoreland Glass witch balls. These have holes in the top to capture negative forces when they enter your house.



Sugar Snap


Day Lily bud


Getting ready to open


Salem Witch Day Lily almost open



Yesterday's harvest has already been eaten. I made a big decision yesterday. I realized my raised beds were not getting enough light. Though I was eagerly anticipating my Giant Parrot Radishes and Watermelon Radishes along with the leeks and carrot, I decided they had to go. I planted them in my high raised boxes which get plenty of light. I decided I had to make a "Sophie's Choice" with the veggies. So out with all the above and I transplanted a lot of my eggplants, peppers and tomatoes where I know they will get plenty of sun. It's an experiment so we shall see! Then I cut down a Maple that was shading the lower beds. I over planted trees and now I am paying for it. I am slowly figuring out that when you garden much like when you cook you better be ready and able to change the game plan when unexpected things happen. A metaphor for life?

Comments

I like that black cat door stop!
It´s better to plant to many trees than none at all :-) I´m just about to verplant trees in my garden :-)When they become to big and crowded I´ll probably long gone :-)
have a great day now!
Christer.
Pricilla said…
Ain't it the truth?

Love the cat doorstop!
peppylady said…
Never heard of a Salem Witch Day Lilly I need to google it in.

Coffee is on.
Touchatou said…
Nice metaphor, dear. We have a saying here that says : Only fools can't change their minds. So you see, you are shining bright ! ;)

Love the balls. Love the pin and the cat too. And what great pictures of your lily.

Have a nice day, I'm off to work. Kisses.
chib said…
Those westmorelands glass, very interesting!
Jennifer said…
Just stopping by to say thank you for commenting on my blog. Great pictures and I love that black cat door stop! I also liked the pictures of your beautiful Chow dog.
Carolee said…
A definite metaphor for life!

Love the treasures, especially the witch balls - very cool. :)

~ Carolee