The stuff between friday and monday 😁 not edible, origin: industrialization (I think 🤔), a weak excuse from the monetary world to give the working population "2 whole days off" while slaving away during the week. Most (not all) only live for the weekends and just exist during the other days, hating 80% of the time they live and work, only loving and living 20%.... not realizing what gets stolen away like that. 😇
For those who work 6 or 7 days a week: it's non existing. Just something most are envy of. Others know that they don't need it to live a good life, cause they simply just use and ❤love every moment and not just 2 days 😁😇 for short: a weekend consist for the majority of fun, recreational activities, time to see friends and family or staying home alone to have some quality time alone without anyone babbling away 🤔 did I forget something 🤔😁🤗
Whahaha. Yeah, okay okay. Maybe I should better ask; How was everyone's garden going this weekend? Any new fruit? New seeds started? Harvested something? Finally caught that pest nibbling on your plants?
I did catch a rabbit, must have been dropped off by its mum as it was small enough to fit on one hand, i just picked it up as it thought it was sufficiently hidden under some plants. I must be getting soft as i put it outside the garden and it ran off. Now at least though i know where they live and if the harassment continues there's going to be a rabbit stew.
So I’m watching a video about caring for young tomato plants and mark was drinking a brew in his garden. It got me curious…here in the U.S. coffee is the preferred morning brew, what is it in Australia?