Sunday, April 11, 2010

Taking the Day Off

Tomorrow I need a "J" word for the A to Z Blog Challenge. I'm working on that.

And I'm enjoying a family day. We need to visit the bookstore for birthday books, and there's a cool playroom/coffee shop combination to check out.

Plus I bought a few pansies to plant.

It's been a long time since I posted photos, so I need to get busy with the camera.

And I'm on the hunt for worms. I went to my favorite nursery yesterday for worms for my compost bin and they didn't have any. Seems there's a shortage of composting worms in my town. I'm not in the mood to go worm digging. I'll make a few more calls and see if I can find a supply anywhere else.

Maybe I'll write about worms when I get to "W" -- if I can think of a way to tie worms to writing.

Well, duh. Writing about worms. That's a double W.

See you tomorrow.


Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Enjoy planting those pansies! I'm taking 10 13-yr olds to play paintball. Sounds like a 'p' day for me...

Mystery Writing is Murder

Jan Morrison said...

I'm planting in my garden as soon as the man and I get the fence finished. Yay - do you know there is some chemical in dirt that actually makes us feel good? It is the same that is in chocolate I think. By the way, I'm a 'J' word - Jan in a jam, jumping joyfully in june! yikes.

Talli Roland said...

Hunting for Worms! Sounds like a great title for a short story. I'd read it!

Have a great day.

Grammy said...

Hi, Patricia,
If you live near where people go fishing, maybe you could buy some night crawlers? Just an idea.
A lot of books have been written about worms. One is "How to eat Fried Worms". haha.
I haven't decided yet what my G subject will be. I know it will just come to me out of the blue, so to speak.

Kay said...

I'll the second the suggestion to buy fishing worms. When we built our garden in a top-soil scraped subdivision, we needed to create planting beds. The fishing stores came to the rescue when the nurseries didn't have any.

Ann Elle Altman said...

Enjoy your day off. I love planting new flowers...that's the only time they look nice because I'm not a gardener.


Anonymous said...

I hope you have a lovely day :o)

Susan said...

Hello Patricia....Good luck with the pansies. They are such a pretty flower. Sincerely, Susan