It snowed yesterday. Quite a bit, actually. It melted pretty quick too, and it didn’t stick to the streets. Normally I wouldn’t care much either way, but I’ve recently learned that snow at this time of year will hurt all the fruits that have just started growing. In short, a bad thing.
Let’s hope the snow hasn’t done too much damage to the fruits around here, or at least that the farmers know how to protect their crops. My idea was a giant umbrella…which tells me that I’m never going to be a farmer. Best stick to drawing pictures.
A continuation of the last post. I still don’t like flowers, especially ones that bleed. To flowers do that? Maybe. Maybe not. I’m sure not going to find out. Keep those colorful weeds away from me. They bring bees.
Flowers. They’re okay by me. But I disagree with the idea that they’re all pretty. Some of them…bleh. Anyways, I worry sometimes that evil flowers will try to drag me underground. I should probably seek help. Or buy herbicide.
So here’s a bit of speculation: can flowers grow in space? If we take out the need for oxygen, there’s plenty of light in space and some plants can survive in the cold. Maybe some fungi might be able to germinate, but I’m no gardener. I just think space flowers are 240% cooler than normal flowers.