I have a new addition to my little front porch garden — a cherry tomato plant.
I am so happy to see that not only did the herbs I planted survive, but they seem really happy. The mint is already out of control.
And the cilantro is shocking me by growing even better than the basil.
I’m working on some more planter boxes, which I’ll show you soon. Then I need to mulch a couple of bare areas, and the garden should be all finished. I love having a garden of manageable size.
I am also loving this hazelnut half and half that I accidentally bought.
I meant to get the regular kind, but it turns out I love this stuff. It’s like creamer, but it’s actually real cream, and organic. As long as I only put in a little splash it’s not too sugary either.
This box of crackers may have fallen into the cart as well.
I can’t help it. How cute is their packaging?
I have been working on another project, which I will share with you soon, involving some giant poufs. I’ve had to get creative with my dyeing process since I can’t use the washing machine (it breaks up the rope) and it’s hard to find a container big enough. But I figured it out.
It was really funny to see the dyed rope all rolled up in giant balls.
Now I have to get ready for my first California craft fair this weekend. I am really hoping for cool, but not rainy weather.