Spring Waxing Bee Hive Moon
The weather has turned gray, inclement, wet. The snow continues to melt, but not wholly disappear, as if it has gotten used to the yard and wants to stay as long as possible. Where the snow has melted, there is mud. Mud that tracks it on little dog’s feet. And big one’s, too. The spring cleaning season has begun.
This morning I look outside and see only work: the trees to repair, various objects that need to get picked up and burned or trashed, the bee hives I need to move, old plastic that has to come so we can plant underneath it. This last is a method for killing weeds without herbicides. Leave the plastic in place for a couple of years and seeds germinate but die for lack of sun. Works pretty well.
Of course, there’s the garden that will need planting, too. Perennials left in for winter interest must come out now to make for their 2011 versions.
Tomorrow I plan to have a meal of greens from the hydroponics and next Monday I’ll use the basil grown there for a caprese salad for an afternoon meal with my docent friends.
Mark, my brother, e-mailed me and says his flight comes in on Saturday at 1 pm. I’ll be there.
Have to practice my Tai Chi.