Before the Big Trip
It’s Wednesday (actually now it’s Thursday). On Sunday this big trip begins. Big trips are good except except that once you’ve gone big it’s hard to go back down to a week or two. Just does not seem travel worthy.
So my granddaughter are coming over shortly to get ‘watering the plants’ instructions. Yes. I said plants. After years of being responsible for nary plant, animal or mineral (does the lava I snuck out from Hawaii many years ago count as a mineral?) other then my living breathing self…I have plants. I love having them. I worry about them. Too much water. Too little water. Not enough sun…well that’s how it goes with plants isn’t it?
I’m really panicked just a little tonight about this trip. Just the Greenland part. Which is a cash guzzling/REI dependent mystery at the moment. There are questions of weather and unknown guides and are-we-tourists-or-trekkers? and how will raw whale really taste? and will there be an actual giant ice bergs all about? and can I sleep on a floor with just a mat in a sleeping bag. Thank god for good drugs.
When I return I’m just going to dig up my tiny new apartment-dwelling-size back yard and grow green things and watch every Netflix/Amazon series I’m behind on and spend NO money and eat more vegetables.
For now I’ll finish my New Belgium Heavy Melon beer and eat some dinner spinach with a nice dab, big chunk actually, of butter.
Posted on June 30, 2016, in Living LIFE and tagged bamboo plants, Big Trips, Greenland, new apartments, Photography, plants, spinach, travel. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
I love the wild colors of your furnishings. And I love your beautiful plants. Have fun in Greenland and elsewhere.
I have only one plant inside….jade plant that I have had for many years,brought it from New Mexico,flowered once, who knew Jade plants flowered….beautiful white stars. It came from a friend, now lost..where are you Rocky? reminds me of friends I have lost track of…almost died, now kind of ok…needs a better place to be. Plants are fun to grow, you will like it. Then you will need a cat…I have some, how many would you like? Wishing you and your Granddaughter a wonderful trip. I look forward to reading about your adventures.