Have any of you ever fought with your lawn mower? I know, sure sounds funny, right? But it is a very real question that I was thinking about after the topic of discussion today. With the weather being a lot nicer we have been getting outside and doing some cleanup after the winter months. The snow layers on top of everything and the grass doesn't grow much, but we still get the lawn mower ready to go for the upcoming months. I personally like the zero turn lawn mowers. But they are just not what we have right now. You guessed it, we have the regular push mower that the boys often complain about when they are outside mowing twice a month:) I think they would prefer a riding mower but we just can't afford it at this point. Who knows though, maybe at some time in the future.
We have been getting the area ready for our flowers to be put back in the front yard. I will have to get some pictures here soon and post them so you can see our roses and pansies. We also have some little pine trees started along our walkway up front. This area has also turned into the bird watching place. We have many birds who come through and the feeders are hung all over along with the bird bath. It is quite fun to watch them bathing and they often fight over the food. In the back yard we are getting the garden ready. Last year we grew a little bit but we are hoping to do a lot more this year. We would like to put the seeds in early enough we can grow more vegetables and reap more.
I have a friend online who is part of a community garden. I had never heard of these but we were talking the other day, okay chatting on here, and she mentioned that the base has a plot of ground where several people put in seeds and then they all share the crops that are yielded. I thought this was a nice idea and I can see the benefits of it. What do you think? Got any plans for a garden this year?
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