In an earlier article I shamelessly admitted that for the most part, I had to ignore my garden and what a good weed suppressor was my herbs. [grammar?] Anyway, later in the year I had more time so I decided – HEY! This would be a good time to dry some mint. Earlier in the year, mint was growing abundantly, tall, and leafy. Well, that was all gone. What happens to vigorous unpicked mint? I’ll show you in a minute.
Archives for October 2009
My daughter liked to put signs on her door. For years, close to a decade, she’s had her “Keep Out” sign on her door. She nicknamed herself “HAY the Horrible” a long time ago. HAY is her initials. She’s not horrible, not even close, far from it.
The insect pictured on this page is what seems to be a fork-tailed bush katydid [Scudderia furcata]. It was sitting on a zinnia in my garden on September 24th, 2009.
This is my second TOC Planner layout for the elementary or pre-junior high books that are published by Apologia Educational Ministries, Inc and authored by Jeannie Fulbright. I had previously made the layout as shown in the TOC Planner article but I had doubts that the first layout would work well for this particular curriculum. I was not sure if the second layout idea was a good one either, so I bought one of Fulbright’s books …
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