I've been totally remiss because I've been too busy. Robin who is my partner in the Get Growing series set up a giveaway of seeds. I'm supposed to pick a winner from my site. I was supposed to put up the info then, but didn't. So I'll copy her text here and do it now.
We are very excited to offer a giveaway this month sponsored by Hometown Seeds. We will select one winner from our site, and Robin will also select one winner. The prize is an amazing assortment of vegetable seeds from Hometown's Survival Seed collection, a total of sixteen packages of vegetable seeds ranging from beets and pole beans to butternut squash, cucumber, zucchini and sweet peppers. The winner will receive almost a pound and a half of seeds, specially packaged to keep a minimum of 5 years. All the vegetable varieties are non-hybrids which is wonderful if you like to collect and save seeds.
To qualify, you must live in the continental U.S. and you must post a comment here at any time between now and April 15th and mention the Hometown giveaway. If you post a comment, please enable us to reply so we can retrieve your details if you are the winner. Seeds will be shipped directly to the winner from Hometown Seeds later this month.
I think US law makes me say that I'm not being paid for mentioning them and not receiving anything personally. So there we go. Hopefully after Tuesday my life will almost get back to normal for a few weeks. My house will be on the market April 6th so all the work has to be completed by then. Then I can devote more time to gardening again. Yay! This should include both the garden from this house and designing the garden for the next house. I can't wait. It is much more fun than painting, fixing up, and cleaning.