If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve noticed that the posts have been few and far between, and that I casually mentioned that I moved. No longer in what’s considered Montreal proper, I’ve moved into a more country-like setting so I can finally have my own garden on a modest piece of land. It’s quite a change, and I’m still getting used to the routine of going to and from work, but as long as I stick to my goals for this house, the future looks promising.
Speaking of goals, this means the silk screening project will have to wait a bit. The house is the priority, which needs a bit of work. Understandable, I think, given the new circumstances.
All in all, I’m so glad not to have to deal with landlords anymore. Especially ones who don’t respect tenants’ rights.
This year, we won’t be planting very much. No, this year is for observation, planning, and preparation in anticipation for next year’s growing season. A medicinal plant garden in the front, and a raised-bed vegetable in the back. That is what we’re hoping for. And, all vegan-organic to boot!
Check out this post over at vegan activist: respecting animals, respecting earth: vegan-organic links