Due to yesterday's wintry mix, there's one inch of snow on the ground. So-called snow. It's more like tiny round pellets of ice. But i don't have time to quibble because today, this morning is my last chance to sow poppy seeds.
Poppy seeds like it cold. I couldn't understand why my poppy seeds barely germinated until a gardening friend told me to sow poppy seeds on top of the last snow.
When is the "last snow"? Who knows?
And who knows when our own "last snow" might be. I have a new app on my phone, We Croak, which reminds 5 times a day that i am going to die. The We Croak website says, "Find happiness by contemplating your mortality."
I'm going to contemplate happiness by strapping on my yak-trax and throwing some poppy seeds around on top of the snow.
Monday, April 16, 2018
Last Chance to Plant Poppies
Posted by Cheryl Wilfong at 7:44 AM
Labels: cold, contemplation, death, germination, happiness, planting, poppy, reflection, seeds, snow, sowing
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