The good news is that I have a few flats of transplanted beets, greens and lettuce on my garage floor.
The less-than-good news - I've yet to start working with eggplant, tomatoes or peppers. Looking at the weather forecast, Thursday seems to be a most important day....there are no nights below freezing beyond that day. So....my current plans are to begin transplanting later today or tomorrow; I need to make room for flats, need to purchase supplies - working in a cold garage isn't much fun (for me or the plants). If all goes well, some progress will be made and flats will be getting some well-deserved (and needed) sunshine by the weekend.
Of course, this also means that plants won't be ready to leave home until late April, so this unusually cold spring will translate into some needed patience!
Don't worry....we will get there eventually! One observation of how unusual the weather is - our Bradford Pear is fully blossoming - and in advance of our flowering cherry. I don't think we've ever experienced that....the spring flowering plants are as confused as I am!