Thursday, November 4, 2010

Done for the season. Be back in spring.

Hi guys...Yeah, I've been gone for awhile. Sorry about that. I've been really busy...Spent a lot of time at work trying to finish some projects, then my contract expired, so I'm trying to find a new job/freelancing. I've been working on my portfolio, submitting applications, etc., and that all takes a lot of time.

And I'm either training or teaching taekwondo almost every night. And I spend most of my free time with my husband, or my little sister (who just moved out here for school).

I did manage to get the last of my harvest in before it froze. Overall, it wasn't a great year. The weather was pretty crummy—very wet.

The herbs are inside for the winter again.

I might post occasionally between now and spring, but don't worry if you don't hear from me until March :)


  1. what a relief... you're alive :-)
    good luck with your job!

  2. Enjoyed reading your posts this year. The lovely thing about gardening is that there is always spring and the next growing season to look forward to. I've hauled in bamboo, cactus and a blueberry bush. Good luck with the herbs.

  3. Hi,

    Congratulations for the beautiful garden. I hope to do something similar in my home here in Brazil. Your garden is quite inspiring. Good luck next season.


  4. Had to come peek and see if you had posted anything.I hope you do your blog again this year.I enjoyed it so much the past two years.Cheers Tanya...a big fan!!!

  5. Looking forward to your 2011 posts!

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