Dozens of plants were transplanted in the plant beds and in the aquaponics rocks just two days ago. I decided to take a look in the greenhouse and see how they were doing while wearing this outfit I call "Peach Tree".
The brown reminds me of a tree trunk and the peachy pink linen dress with all the details is such a Peach, don't you agree?
I am standing next to a rain barrel that was overflowing from all the rain rolling off of the greenhouse last night. Both of my rain barrels are full of water now.
The plant next to my feet is a curry plant I grew last year. It was dormant through the winter but is now ready to spice up some dishes again.
Seamed stockings… no surprise.
I am wearing one glove to cover up the hideous cut with stitches on my hand. I really need gloves to come back in style now (and not just because my hands are veiny and definitely show that I am pushing 50).
Indeed, it is easy to fall in love with all that embroidery and beading. Be still my heart.
A-line please. Thank you very much.
Shoes that are square and pointy-ish at the same time. It doesn't get any better. My daughter says, "Those shoes are weird."
Lip liner and a few good pumps from that "lip plumping/pumping machine" did the trick here to plump up my lips (that insist on deflating more and more every year that goes by). I love beauty secrets! Whoops. Did I just type that out loud?
If I don't look so happy in this photo there is a reason. I just found BUGS on my precious little tomato plants and also on the pepper plants. It is a battle with bugs from here on out. Welcome to the life of an urban farmer!
Speaking of curry… how about trying this dish from the Rouxbe Cooking School? Truly, Rouxbe is the BEST way to hone up on those skills in the kitchen (so you can be styling there too).