I’ve written a bit about our summer garden here on the blog, but what I haven’t spent much time on is sharing how we enjoy our homegrown (or otherwise seasonal) produce.
Autumn is, without a doubt, my favorite season. There are so many reasons I could get into, but that’s another post for another day. Today, I want to talk about one reason I tend to miss summer: it means saying goodbye to the garden.
I can’t tell you what a joy gardening has been for me over the past few years now. As a child, my parents and grandparents encouraged gardening summer after summer, but I simply never took an interest.
It feels like I was just reporting on the progress of our garden, but looking back at those photos from only a few weeks ago has me floored at what a difference such a short amount of time can make. Nearly everything has tripled in size and we’ve already begun harvesting and enjoying much of it.
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