But tomorrow will be different - it is time. Out go the flats of eggplant, hot and sweet peppers, and the beginning of the alphabet tomatoes. If all goes well, I will get most (all?) of the indeterminate tomatoes transplanted - then on Tuesday, run through the dwarfs. And then we wait for the (hopefully coming) warmer weather and time to do the trick and size up the plants sufficiently to be able to leave home.
Mid April is possible....especially if you don't mind the plants on the small side. Another week, though, may be necessary. In looking back, last year we had unusual early warmth which pushed things ahead by a week. In general, this year is on track with most springs, though.
Patience is a virtue - it is nearly time!