The peas are not being hardy at all-flopping all over the place and looking pale and weak. The soil is far from warm which must have been a shock after their pampered existence in the sunroom. They will just have to buck up, won't they, or who knows what might happen.
I, myself, will be facing a challenge this weekend. I"m getting up earlier than is good for me to attend school. It is the annual Homesteading School Spring Boot Camp. I love the classes, meeting new people and the pervading goodwill. I only wish they had a kindergarten class because by lunchtime I'm ready for a nap. The AMP on the other hand laps it up, energetically taking notes and asking questions until the end-keener.
I'm taking Frugal Gardening, Animals in the Garden and other jolly things. AMP is taking Soil Building, Water Management and Understanding Microbes. I'll join him for Hot Composting, if I snooze I can rely on him for the notes. Although he did let me fall off a chair once, so he can't be relied on entirely.