|Tomato 1 by sfxeric via Flickr|
Sorry I’m a day late with this post. My husband built me a small garden to plant in and we took advantage of the sunny Sunday we received. All in all, we’ve four tomato plants, two jalapeño, two cilantro, two basil, one rosemary, two strawberry, and one zucchini.
Because I’m still floating on new gardener air, I wanted to find a poem on gardening, or more specifically, tomatoes, and though this poem for the week isn’t specifically on gardens or growing tomatoes, it does mention tomatoes in a dark yet touching sense: “Early Cascade” by Lucia Perillo.
Some other good finds:
How to be left alone to read while traveling (I got a good chuckle out of this write-up! I almost felt as if I was reading my own writing)
A favorite blogger of mine, Natalia Sylvester, on The Importance of Fictional Truths
Some Thoughts on the Lost Art of Reading Aloud via The New York Times – Do you read aloud anymore?
How was your week? Any good finds to share?
Happy Monday! Andrea