Mom has been spending a lot of time with her friend shopping and gallivanting around on her vacation. While it leaves plenty of time for snuggling and sleeping, it does not leave a lot of time for blogging or chatting. As a condolence, Mom found me a brand new—new to me anyways—sweatshirt. It even has a fancy pedigree—it’s from Aeropostale! A lot of my clothes come from Build-a-Bear, which is a bear clothing label, but I am impressed to have a sweatshirt from a human clothing label! I first felt bad that it once belonged to another bear and that bear was probably naked now, but Mom reminded me that some other human made the decision to take the sweatshirt off! So now I have my own Aeropostale sweatshirt!
Mom planted our seeds with her friend a few days ago. We have four flats of little pots filled with dirt and seeds. Now comes the anxious wait until they start to grow. Mom does not know what we are going to with all the seedlings if they grow, but I don’t think it matters. I like the idea of something growing despite the fact that it is so cold, wet and foggy outside lately. Tomorrow or the next day, Mom is going to set up something she calls growing lights so the seedlings grow short and stout. She explained to me that the seedlings need lots of sunlight that March in Wisconsin cannot provide. So we will put lights above them to give them more of what they need. Right now, all it looks like is dirt in pots, but I promise to keep you updated when things start to grow.