I made some additions to my garden. I blame this on a family member who gave me two new cucumber plants that I just had to plant right away! I caught the gardening bug and I hit the stores buying more flowers. The more colorful ones are my son, Philip's. I let him choose some flowers. I know he picked seeds too and it maybe a little late in the season but I am all for satisfying his curiosity, especially when it comes to nature! We had fun planting them together. So far, this gardening stuff is a lot of fun and I do plan on doing it again next year! Not bad for a city girl!
|Getting creative here. I realized why should I limit one type of flower per container? I hate my balcony though. Look at the rust. I hope the ladlady fixes it :(|
|I have no clue what I planted here. Still no flowers. The one on the right had some flowers, I think it is about to die.|
|Herb garden on the back balcony. It is so much nicer than the front|
|Don't be a n00b like me. Write down what you are planting from seed. I think they maybe little pumpkin sprouts. They grew over night.|
|I need to pull out the weeds.|
|Tomatoes amongst the weeds. The plants were so small when I got them.|
|Some cucumbers, pepper and celery plants amongst the weeds. I need to get rid of this.|
Now for the Danger Prone Sylvie part. I am a natural klutz. I can trip over my own two feet while standing still! In fact, there was even a time I considered changing the name to this blog to Danger Prone Sylvie but I realized so many people already know me as the Little Corp Goth Girl so I decided against it. Who knows, maybe one day I will win the lottery or become a successfully published author and won't be a corp goth anymore?
Back to my story, it all started last night. I was about to turn on the water hose to water my plants. I lost my footing. As I was stumbling to regain my bearings and not realizing the nozzle was pointed towards me, I sprayed myself right in the face! It took a few moments to fully come to terms over what happened but then I laughed really hard until I was practically crying. You can laugh too dear readers, I know I certainly did!