We planted part of our garden with a second crop of beans, sun flowers, minature gourds, dill, marigolds, and coneflowers, and needed to clear our small corn patch to plant mustard greens and turnips; so today we shocked the corn to clear the ground.
We're not rushing Fall, just shocking the corn out of necessity. Hopefully in a week or so, we will do the rest of our planting.
|'Old Shep' Found a Shade|
While we were shocking our corn, our cat, 'Old Shep' rested in the shade of the 'Princess Feathers' I have planted along the edge of the garden. He wants to be with us, whatever we are doing, but, he always finds a shade.
How Blessed we are to live in the country, be able to raise a garden, and to have the companionship of and 'Old Shepherd Cat'. Hope you are Blessed wherever you are, Trisha