If all goes well, I will be starting the dreaded bleaching of the pots today (yesterday was the equally dreaded purchase of bags of growing mix and composted manure). My hopes are to start making progress on planting indeterminate tomatoes, then dwarf varieties, leaving the peppers and eggplant until last (they are growing the most slowly in their little pots). Then, once that is done, the warm dry weather that is in the forecast will hopefully work magic on the big garden plot and I can attend to planting there late this weekend into next week.
Since I haven't fed (or sprayed) the seedlings, they are not very pretty - foliage blemishes from the cold, wet weather, faded colors due to being hungry. All will be well once they are planted into their eventual garden homes. If any of you are in need of more seedlings, I've got plenty, and should have for another few weeks.
Now, life becomes a balance between writing and planting.....wishing sun and warmth to you all.