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Hummingbirds on Crank

  1. schedule Peaches' flights

  2. mail said schedule to my parents

  3. cardboard to dump

  4. clean deck inside

  5. clean deck outside

  6. make some kind of disguise for TV

  7. file 2005 tax return

  8. deal with IRS re: 2003 tax return

  9. meal planning for next week

  10. scoop litter boxes

  11. build nesting boxes

  12. schedule girls' pediatrician visits

  13. schedule hair appointment

  14. podiatrist Friday

  15. chiropractor Friday

  16. buy new sneakers

  17. design new drip system

  18. buy materials for drip system

  19. bring cold frame up from downstairs

  20. fix cold frame

  21. install drip system

  22. schedule regular stuff that needs to happen

  23. grocery shop

  24. salon Thursday

  1. Finish consistency evaluation presentation

  2. check in w/SMEs who owe content

  3. finish June editorial calendar

  4. get date of Archive capability

  5. write blurb

  6. create ERF

  7. do HTML PSA for 944

  8. do ERF for PSA


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Feb. 21st, 2006 12:17 am (UTC)
Booze! It's what's for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
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Feb. 21st, 2006 06:55 pm (UTC)
When we lived in San Jose, we had a thriving garden. San Jose is hot and sunny, and our garden did really well because we composted, so our soil was really fertile, and we put in a drip irrigation system so that everything got enough water without our having to keep track of it.

In Boulder Creek, we're still figuring out what we can grow, and the challenge is that we don't have any actual dirt. We're putting things into old wine casks up on the deck where they get the most sun. Last year we tried strawberries (did moderately well, but the slugs got most of them), rhubarb (did okay, not great), tomotoes (too small - not enough water), basil (did fine), beans (not enough fruit because they weren't watered enough). We also have a dwarf lemon and a dwarf lime tree that don't get enough water and so hardly bear fruit at all.
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Feb. 21st, 2006 07:07 pm (UTC)
Pumpkins are something I can do, literally, with my eyes closed. Pumpkin seeds don't compost very well, you see, so every year, we've had "volunteer" pumpkin plants. The trick is to thin the flowers so that you don't have too many.
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