10 July 2005

Herbs



I bought some more herbs. A larger rosemary, oregano, a 4 seasons basil/mint mixture,marjoram, parsley, and tyme. I seem to pick them faster than they grow, so I must give these time to get bigger.

10,005 steps today and I can't walk another step. I have taken off the pedometer as I will only be walking to serve up the chicken and then after tea walking to the couch and staying there till bed time. It has been a beautiful sunny day and it is great to be alive!

7 comments:

M said...

You are doing so well on the steps. I am falling a little behind but should be able to make up the average by the end of this week.

Your herb garden looks great. I so miss ours but I promised myself no more gardens until we buy a place of our own and then I can do it properly.

Hope you have a wonderful day, and yes, it is good to be alive :)

Anne said...

The herb garden looks lovely. They certainly add taste to meals!

Keep up the great work with the stepping!

Jodie said...

Sounds like you had a great weekend. All that walking. I'm jealous after we couldn't do my big walk yesterday! Great herb garden. I tried growing herbs this year but they died. The drought makes it so hard to keep anything alive.

Jaykay said...

My herb garden is in my cupboard. I've never had a real one before, but in the last 2 houses that we've bought, people have had little herb gardens and then let them go to pot.

And because I never knew what they were, I just pulled them all out and planted bushes there instead!!

Have a lovely day Sue and keep up the stepping, you're doing great.

Mary said...

I wish I could have a garden but we rent and tend to move every 1-2 years. One day....

It is great to be alive!

Danatasia said...

Wow, that is great Suzy. I'd be heading for the couch too :) Love the herbs, if I didn't kill plants by just looking at them I would love to have a herb garden.

A Girl Running said...

My herbs always die - it's frustrating because i use them so much in cooking and it gets a big expensive