December 28, 2018

Wow! Nine Years of Blog Posts!

I can't believe I've managed to post every (well almost) every week for nine years now.

I've learned a lot in those nine years, I've had several major life changes and one name change! I think it's pretty neat that my last name is Green now. No, I didn't go searching for a husband with a cool last name for a gardening blogger. In fact, I didn't go searching for a husband at all. I guess God knew I'd get in a lot more trouble if I remained single. 😊

I thought it might be fun to look back over the years at some of my favorite posts:

Tiny Pumpkins, Seed Starting, Greenhouse in Winter, Worms in the Basement 

Below are a few of my favorite photos too. If you have a favorite from my blog, post the link in the comment section below.

 

Bill, Pookie and Me
Pookie Bear


 

 


Jo Jo Watching the neighborhood

Yep, That's me. 
 




6 comments:

  1. We have been married more than nine years... I don't think your name changed after 2004. ;-)

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  2. I can't remember my birthday or anniversary either. Too much stuff in my head. I always say new info must push some old info out. Not room up there for everything. ;-0

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  3. A debt of gratitude is in order for the post and incredible tips..even I likewise feel that diligent work is the most critical part of getting achievement.. havehegn

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  4. Thanks, Max. If you love what you do it doesn't seem like work.

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  6. I'll have to try using them for making tea. I'm a tea sipper...coffee makes me wired to the max!

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