I have to admit this sort of sent me into a downward spiral towards depression again (that and some things I'd rather not talk about right now).
But... I am slowly feeling better now (fewer headaches, no more arrhythmias) and I'm working hard to snap out of that downward spiral. Gardening always helps a lot with that.
Three garden-related things that are making me very happy right now:
1. I went to Goisco yesterday and was delighted to find they didn't stop selling products other than essentials and groceries. So I was able to buy potting soil, planters, and seeds (and I'm planning on going back for more).
2. My kitchen herbs are catching on. Okay, the chives are iffy, but I have thyme, parsley, peppermint (that's the one below) and outside the frame there's some rosemary too. I'm hoping to save the oregano I neglected when I was sick and I bought some tarragon yesterday.
3. Early this morning, T. and I worked together to give this dieffenbachia another chance to live. It was in a container but kept tumbling over. We'll see if it makes better roots this way. It's not exactly a useful plant (it's toxic), but it's beautiful (when it's healthy) and I hate killing living plants. I love that T. knows this, agrees with it and helped me to do this.
Linking up with Carole's Three on Thursday