We began our weekend early Sat. morning before the yard gave way to the sun's heat. It seemed as though everything was ripe for the picking and we all jumped in with buckets and pails. Our onion crop flourished this year.
Add the tomatoes, cucumbers and whatever else we can find, it becomes a meal in itself.
Other than taste, one of the things I enjoy about digging up potatoes is that they are so individual in their growth patterns.
So, after all the plants are picked clean, I'm giving a sigh of relief, knowing that all is done. Hubby unlocks the shed and pulls out the rototiller. Her he goes through the garden again and starts making rows. Looks like we are planting a fall garden. Well, looking on the bright side of time??? I have about six to eight weeks before all this starts all over again :) That will give me time to catch up on everything I have put on the back burner for the last two months.
So, how do you handle juggling your time during the busy summer months? Please share because I'm always feeling like I'm always two steps behind ©