Monday, April 7, 2014

Blogging from A to Z April Challenge - F #atozchallenge



Today starts Week 2 of the Blogging from A to Z April Challenge. It's a crazy week here, so I promise I'll visit blogs later today once I'm back home.


Falciform - shaped like a sickle

Fertilizers - In our vegetable garden, we only use organic fertilizers and bug repellents. Compost, grass clippings, coffee grounds, and egg shells make great fertilizers. For a list of 12 organic fertilizers and natural bug repellents, you can visit WebEcoist.

Robert Frost - April is National Poetry Month. In college, we studied some of Robert Frost's poetry. His work is associated with New England, so it's something I tend to enjoy. I remember discussing "The Road Not Taken" in school. 

6 comments:

Bonnie Gwyn said...

The Road Not Taken is by far one of my favorite poems. :) Happy Monday!

Cheryl said...

Thanks for visiting today, Bonnie. It's nice to see you here again.

Deaf Mamma said...

Hi Cheryl, i also felt little lazy today with my post and guess its weekend hangover.

A very good fertilizer for plants is banana peels and repellant - baking soda with soap solution. Though once i used in wrong proportions and burnt my plant and flowers.

STILLMAGNOLIA said...

HI there I am stopping in from A-Z Challenge. I am part of the Unconventional Librarians team of readers. I have been enjoying your posts so far.

Cecilia said...

Falciform is a word which rolls around in the mouth quite pleasantly. I think it should have a resurgence into every day use. I shall purchase falciform croissants and partially falciform bananas :)

Patty Woodland said...

We use goat poop. Lots and lots of goat poop. If you lived closer I would happily give you lots and lots of goat poop.