- The Fam
Spring break is OVER. We’re back from visiting family, meeting the new babe and wedding planning festivities and I’m glad to get back into our groove– I love Oregon.
I returned to see my snap peas peeking out of the ground to say hello. Six inches of snow? Pah! My snap pea seedlings laugh in the face of snow.
I’m more surprised that the crows (I also spotted ducks!? in the garden this morning) haven’t eaten them all up. It rains so much here that the top soil has been washed away from my shallowly sown peas. The plump and exposed peas have to look yummy to all those birds who think the near-by bike shelter is a cool hang-out. But I guess they adhere to ancient crow wisdom. Which is, of course, don’t mess with crazy gardening women.
Yes, they must adhere to this because they are all aware of how neurotic I am about the garden. They just sit up there, watching me, for hours on end.
Or it could be because every once in a while I look each of them in the eye and scream. Apparently, crows are very smart and will remember your face… I want them to remember mine.
Anyone else have a head start in the garden? I want to read about everyone’s garden plans for the spring!
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