Spring is such a wonderful time of year! Birds chirping, daffodils blooming, and seeds to plant. Spring is a busy time of year here on the farm! I ordered my garden seeds from a catalog in January and the day the seeds arrived in the mail was a joyous day for me! What isn't exciting is seeing my seeds ready to plant just sitting in the carboard box in which they were shipped, waiting for a non-rainy day to plant them. The farmer in bib overalls worked my garden ground a few weeks ago with a big green tractor, but now the garden sits. . .waiting for the rain to stop and the ground to dry before the seeds can be planted.