Monday, June 15, 2009

Wimp

I am so not a farmer. I can't stand the thought of thinning out and throwing away the plants I worked and prayed and sweat over. So, I just spent my afternoon transplanting as many corn plants as I possibly could. Tomorrow it's tomatoes. I did the zucchini before camp. Who does that?!

5 comments:

Jenny said...

I totally agree. I have a hard time too, until I realize my carrots haven't gotten big because there were still too many of them. I tend not to plant as many seeds, so I don't have to feel bad. Love the transplant option! Amy and I prayed over mine. They were successfully transplanted. Steve didn't pray over his, and his died. Seems silly, but it's true.

Joy For Your Journey said...

I think it is sweet you would do that! Good luck with everything.

trublubyu said...

i hope your transplants survive and thrive!

Katy said...

Hi Shannon! Thanks so much for your comments on my most recent post. :) And when I mentioned those pickles to Tim, he was like, "What? I don't think I know about these!" and he was all bothered that he had not tried those kind before. Ha ha! Now he's set on finding them here in AZ!

Carrie said...

I agree completely with having a hard time thinning my plants. BUT, I have learned that the veggies are much better/bigger, etc. when thinned. I have to just remember the big picture.