Ok guys here it is, Part 2 of my three part series on becoming a little bit sustainable and growing your own tomatoes. In case you missed it, you can check out Part 1 – Planting From Seeds to get the full story!
What an exciting day!
A beautiful occasion for an even more beautiful mother-to-be.
In July, my close friend Danielle told us that she and her partner, Dan, were expecting their first baby together. To say I was excited was an understatement. When I found out it was going to be a girl…well, let’s just say that I may have gone to the shops and broken the bank on girly gifts.
Ryan and I had quite a different day to what we expected.
However it still turned out to be a really good day – one of those days where nothing goes to plan, but you are still in the company of someone you love, enjoying life and the experiences it has to offer- you know?
Success! My tomato plants have finally proven fruitful (Literally!). I have just successfully planted, germinated, and produced my first fruit babies – tomatoes. I am so looking forward to eating them, and I have been dying to share the ‘how to’ with you!
As you may have read, I have recently been having a lot to do with weddings – attending weddings, planning weddings, and reminiscing about weddings in particular! And although I have written quite a few wedding-related posts recently, all this business to do with weddings has been giving me food for thought…One particular idea that’s been circulating through my head – what are some of the pros and cons of hiring a wedding planner?
How do you like my new feature image? I’m playing around with a few things, trying some new things out to get a few more views!
I actually love the photo. I took it on Saturday and I have a feeling I’ll be reminiscing about it’s location for a few months coming. I’ve just returned from a fantastic weekend.