Wednesday, February 15, 2012


Change is something we can always count on.  After much heartache, the farmer's market that I was working on, was closed.  The reasons why are too numerous to list, but we'll chalk it up to poor decisions made before I came on board and lack of community response. 

However, this has opened up time in my life.  As a result, I'll be writing and working for a new (to me) venture in the local food scene.  I'm very excited about it and will tell you all about it shortly.  The result will also be that I will be posting on a more regular basis to this blog as well. 

In gardening news, yesterday was Valentine's Day.  I'm not one for the Hallmark holiday, but I do have one tradition.  That would be starting my peppers and brassicas.  They're all warm and toasty, so I should have shoots soon.  The weather here in New England has been so warm this year, I'm wondering if we'll have an early spring and get a good long season.  I'm itching to go play outside. 

There are lots of wonderful things happening.  Stay tuned!


Daphne said...

It's nice to hear from you again. Sorry about your farmers market though.

Lisa Lynn said...

Good luck with your new role in the local food arena! Sometimes one door closes only to have another open.

The Mom said...

Thanks ladies, I'm happy to be back to what I love. The new project fits in better with what I like to do. I'm very excited.

Fairly Odd Mother said...

OH, I'm sorry to hear about the Farmer's Market! I do agree with the "one door closes, another opens" maxim though, so I'm glad you have something else coming up soon!