Spring has Sprung. Right? Alex is starting to get nervous. He thinks he won’t be able to put his seedlings out anytime soon, and if they get too big for their beds, they might wither. I’ve assured him that they’ll be just fine in the greenhouse. He just has to make sure they have plenty of soil, sun, and water.
Sometimes, I see this glow coming from the greenhouse in the early hours before work. I’ll stand there watching it as I sip my first coffee. I bet Alex is attempting to concoct some slurry to fertilize his plants. He and Zo have gotten into a bit of a competition now, to see who can grow the biggest sunflower. Who knows, maybe they’re conspiring together.
Whatever is up for those two, I just hope they don’t blow up the house or worse with it.
It’s been a few days, and Alex went for a hike with me and Zo. We found a bed of wildflowers and the honeybees were hard at work on them. Unfortunately, we’ve discovered that Alex is a bit allergic. I’m not surprised, though, because pollen counts are getting higher. The good news is, I caught the moment for posterity.
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