Post Lamas Bliss

Now that we’re well past Lamas day it feels like things are changing quickly on the farm.  A lot of tension has left, the list of things to do that grew twice as fast as we could do them has steadily shrunk day by day.  This past weekend, I couldn’t think of a pressing task to complete, and it was an odd feeling–but then I remembered that the pepper plants, being bore to the ground by the weight of their own fruits, needed immediate stakes to raise them back up.  Either the weeds are slowing down, or my attitude around them has changed to one where I just don’t feel like we are locked in close pursuit anymore.

The best part of now though is the endless harvesting.  We did our first big carrot pull last week, and its just the beginning.

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