Letting off some steam.
Tuesday, 07 Feb 12 Cloudy 20°C / 68°F
So the Trip L Crop and San Marzano’s are gone now, too. The rat ate them last night, all while knocking the trap I had set up behind the seedlings over. At this point, I don’t know if I have the time available to restart all the tomatoes. It kills me not to have some tomato plants but with the weather being as unnaturally warm as it is this Spring, I’m afraid the heat and humidity will set in, rendering the pollen useless.
This couldn’t have happened at a worse time, either. Matt left at 715am on a business trip to Chicago. He doesn’t go on business trips, usually, so when he does – it’s difficult for me to say goodbye. That coupled with this rat fiasco was just more than my emotions could handle today…
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