Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire Here!
I am not quite healthy enough to return to work, but I asked for the paperwork and it should be on the way. I am hoping by Monday to be cleared. I am excited about my new job working with volunteers and organizing holidays in a prison. I think it is right up my alley.
I completed simple chores around the house yesterday and relaxed. It was very difficult to do. I want to go, go, go.
I have been told The Twelve Year Veteran of life is much like me in that respect and I discovered that he would like to meet folks in other regions by any means necessary.
I simply watered the garden, ensuring a good soak. When I water, it does not look like this.
But rather, I want the soil to absorb as much as possible in areas of the yard that are hurting. I only do this to the dry parts and it seems to help over time.
I spent a lot of time indoors resting, despite my high energy levels. I do not wish to overdo it.
While inside, I found this absurd port on a wall. Does anyone know what it is for?
I am sure it will take a scientist or an engineer to determine, but I will figure it out one day.
In additional gardening news, my Aunt Barbara and my sister Amber dropped by and gave me a tomato plant to grow for them. I will have to keep it inside until May 15th so it does not freeze. It also needs a transplant before it becomes root bound. It will be a great project.
What I enjoy about indeterminate tomatoes is that they can grow a long time and produce a lot of fruit. I will do my best, Auntie Barbara!