I got to spend about 30 mintues last night with the husband. While he was eating a sandwich and some vanilla pudding I made for him his work called and said they wanted him to start at 2am. Well, it was 8 pm when they called so he knew he had to go to bed to get about 5 hours of sleep. He got home today at 2:45 pm and went straight to bed. He asked me if the movies needed to be back today and I said yes. This is one of those times that I wish I drove.
Today I planted some seeds indoors in my containers. I planted cucumbers, carrotsand various bell peppers. If they don't start sprouting in 4 weeks we will probably go to a nursery and get the little plants. I bought a terra cotta pot last year for my herbs and when I got it home it said it was for strawberries but it worked out. I dried a lot of my herbs. I still have a plant of basil and rosemary. I dried the lavender, thyme and some rosemary. I hope to do dill, cilantro and a few others this year.
I was reading a very interesting article in the Sunday paper. It is about how in Berlin street parking is tight. A high-rise building under construction will have 11 so-called CarLoft units. The residents will drive from the street onto an elevator platform-a CarLift-that will take them to their floor, where they will pull forward and park on an extension of their balcony, a.k.a. the CarLoggia. Each residence will have space for 2 or 3 cars. And then, of course, you will have the magnificent prospect of gazing from the comfort of the sofa directly onto a parking lot. I loved the way the writer phrased that. I just can't imagine something like that. Maybe when it will be like the and cars are flying. LOL
I really have a taste for kiwi. When we went to Sam's Club they had them but they were $4.88. They were really big but I thought a little too expensive. My husband told me to get them but I didn't and now I am regretting it because we only have 2 oranges in the house and I don't want an orange.
Ok I am off to do some research on the internet.