The last of the seeds have started to sprout – my columbines!
Now it’s time to wait and see if my “babies” will survive til the end of April when they are scheduled to be transferred outside.
The peppers are doing well. I’m having much more luck with them this time than I did years ago in my parents’ house.
I still haven’t separated my cantaloupe plants. That’ll probably happen tomorrow.
Yesterday my father-in-law came over and installed another bird feeder. This one will be in the center of my soon-to-be garden. No birds on the new feeder yet, but my other bird feeder started getting traffic yesterday. So far I’ve seen chickadees, tit mouses (mice?), and a cardinal.
For those concerned, Eva is doing well. Here she is enjoying her rattle while working out on her gym:
She has started reaching for things and is especially interested in people’s drinking glasses. We have to be careful, now, because she’s knocking stuff over. 🙂