Green Onions – Week #3

I wish I had used a ruler to measure the green onions because it’s hard to show you how tall they are. Anyway, I think they’ll be ready to use this week! I had meant to post this on Friday before leaving on a road trip but had left my memory card on my desktop instead taking it with my laptop. Ooops! I’m posting these on Pinterest as well, check it out.

Back tomorrow with a recipe.


Green onions – Week #2

What a crazy week! I had more posts planned but I never got around to them. It’s been one of those ‘life takes over’ kind of weeks. Lots of things popping up that I wasn’t expecting to deal with. Like what you ask?  I accidentally stuck my SD memory card into my DVD drive.  How dumb is that? Luckily I got it back out.  I guess it’s funny now that it’s done with.

Then there’s the other stuff that isn’t even worth mentioning.  But I always try to look for the bright side of things and in the middle of all the craziness, you really get to figure out who your friends are. They are the ones who have your back no matter what, they’ll help you figure things out and even cheer you up with a fro-yo or iced tea. So for that, thank-you. You know who you are.

And thanks to A Virtual Essence who nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award. I can’t tell you how flattered I am! Head on over and check out her blog!

Here’s hoping for a more normal week on Monday. In the meantime, here’s my green onion. It’s actually growing! I think it should be ready in another week or so.

Growing Green Onions

Are you on Pinterest? For those of you who don’t know about Pinterest, it’s a virtual pinboard – you post pictures of things and ideas that you find on the Internet that you really like. You can follow your friends or your favorite companies and see what they’ve added to their boards. It’s really great for sharing interests and getting new ideas! You can have a look at my boards here. Why am I talking about Pinterest? It’s where I got the idea for this post – growing green onions. Continue reading “Growing Green Onions”