Summer is precious.
The days, even though longer than our dark winter hours, fly by with reckless abandon. Balancing studio time, family outings, gardening,
relaxation, and other nameless projects is a daily task.
I just (well, the past Sunday, but it has taken me days to recover) finished my first show of the season.
It was unnaturally hot and humid for a coastal Maine weekend.
The crowds were light in attendance, but my sales were wonderful.
Which brings me back to studio to restock my inventory for my future shows.
Onto garden news....
photos of happy growing things. I started a whole bunch of seeds this spring,
and the only survivors are these nasturiums.
Bravo, little plants!
I have never grown kale before....wow! Such healthy, disease resistant plants these kale are...
perfect for a sausage and potato soup!
Purple cabbage...the family (namely Mr. Quench) is not a fan of cabbage.
I desperately wanted some color in the veggie garden and those purple seedlings
just had to come home with me.
Purple cabbage rolls, anyone?