There are green things!
My chives survived, apparently. They're growing nicely. There are radishes and lettuces and some other salady stuffs coming up, and I've flowers already blooming. The established ones, not the ones I planted.
Had to reseed some of the stuff. I dislike thoroughly three days of sun and 70's followed by two inches of snow overnight. Cucumbers are growing. I saw what looks to be okra as well. The rest of 'em are still thinking about it.
The beans in the pot where I planted tomatoes are doing fine. (still trying to figure that one out) The tomatoes have begun coming up. Basil is being feeble.
I've got forsythia, mock orange, lilac, and the unidentified red flowering bush bits shoved in my fish tank. They're all nice and green, two of e'm have blooms. I'm hoping they'll establish roots. I know it'll take awhile, but I want to put a nicely scented, pretty privacy hedge all along the alley.
I now have screws. Must find replacement door instead. The old one is cobbled together in such a way that hanging it as planned isn't an option after all.
Been a bunch of wind and out of control fires hereabout. They finally issued a county-wide burning ban. Grills and approved firepits only, basically. It promptly started raining. Then got cold and cloudy, and drizzled. We're having a bright day today. If we get enough of those in a row, and I get over being sick, there will be more gardening done. However, at the moment, every time I go outside, I come back in coughing and hacking and wheezing something awful. It's three parts sick, several parts living next door to a co-op, one part depression. I think, anyhow. Between the wonky weather, the burning, the coop, and the pollen counts going up, that seems legit. I just want to stop coughing! It hurts!