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Sunday, May 26, 2013
Bi-polar weather - Spring 2013
There is another dip forecasted for tonight. Good grief. Then, this coming week, we're to hit near 90s.
It makes for depressing gardening. Add to that we've had not even an inch of rain this month. The growing season is NOT the one we'd all been hoping for this year.
Thankfully I've not planted out my annual seedlings. I bring them into the sunroom every night.
I lost so many perennials to drought this past winter and now this year doesn't bode well either. Between this weather setback and my current health, I don't think I'll be very active outside this season. Why, I've even hired someone to mow my lawns. So sad....
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