I'm Not Much of a Gardener

Today... is going to be big.

As in... lots-of-work big.

As in... weeding and dishes and possibly cleaning the puppies' papers big.

Eh, well, it probably won't be that bad when I get into it.

But the thought of it.

*shiver*

Oh yeah. I forgot the part about me killing myself as I attempt to jog/run for half an hour for my therapy for my knee.

But God will get me through it, right? ;)

I'm not really the gardening type of person, you know? I don't have enough patience. (I'm just the type of person who likes to play with lint when they're bored, and in that moment it becomes the most fun [and annoying to everyone else] thing ever.) I don't want to have to wait for that little to grow... I just want it to grow already. I'm working on impatience. But... it's kind of hard. I'm just always like, "LET'S GO LET'S BE DONE LET'S JUST GET THIS OVER WITH SO I CAN PLOP ON THE COUCH AND THINK 'I DID IT'!" Yeah, pretty much...

Of course, if you tell me that it's connected to my computer time (computer time=designing+writing+blogging=three of my favorite things), you bet I'll become a gardener over night. As in I'll water exactly as you tell me to and grow you really huge plants. (Yes, it's my fault that there's about eighty squashes downstairs in our basement...)

Do you like to garden? Or are you more impatient, like me? You know, I think about myself and I realize that I don't really have a lot of... "real life" good qualities. Like... I'm pretty shy and scared of doing the wrong thing. And... I don't like working outside. And... I'm horribly impatient. And... you get the idea.

Well, I'll talk to ya'll later. ;)

And remember, if you'd be willing to guest post, please be talking to me! I will be away for like the whole of August and unable to post/answer comments/comment on your blogs. Thanks so much!! :)

The Storyteller of Weston County, signing off...

6 comments:

  1. I can go either way with gardening, it's fun; but only when I feel like it. Also, it's really hot here (OK, like 80-90) and it's miserable to be working in the blazing sun. I think I'm more patient than I used to be...I hope. I actually love to be outside, I just don't like too much heat. I too am extremely worried about doing the wrong thing, like excessively worried. Yeah, well...I'm trying to work on that. *sigh*

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  2. I love to garden:) I have grown up in the country my whole life and I am used to working all day in the heat. Gardening makes me feel like I accomplished something even though it seems to take forever. I mean, if I don't work to grow those plants or raise those animals, I don't get to eat and either does my family... so that's what keeps me motivated if I want to slack off:)

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  3. Hey, long time no talk to you. I've had a crzy life lately but I have been following your posts. :)
    Praying for your dad and for you. :)
    Can't wait to read your new story, I've been waiting for you to post one. And a continuation of ZQ Acadamy. ;)
    As for gardening I have a dislike of dirt and heat and together eww.. winter gardens are easier to tolerate.
    Sorry I haven't been commenting like I said its been crazy but I'm glad I caught you before you hand it on to guest posters. :)
    Keep up the good work!
    :)

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    1. Thanks for praying. <3 It means a lot! I've missed talking:) Well, I'm not sure if I'm going to have to do guest posters... I'm still getting it all figured out. ;)

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