I think it’s because I give them each the same amount of water. Once a week, maybe every two weeks, I remember to water them.
I know they each came with care instructions. My money plant does better if I give it two ice cubes once a week. My cactus is supposed to dry out before I water it again. I have some succulents I’m supposed to water from the bottom, and an African Violet that used to be one of a pair… it needs lukewarm water poured from the side. Oh, and a new jade plant that I need to make sure not to overwater.
But they all seem to survive if I just water them about once a week, sometimes forgetting.
Equitable watering for all.
I mean I do a little bit of intervention. If one of the plants really needs an extra dose of water that day, I’ll do it.
But for the most part, I’m not differentiating between plants. If I had a green thumb, then maybe I’d be able to decide what’s best for each and every plant. I think there is an app that helps you determine what your plants needs. There’s probably plant food suited for each one. I bet they could each thrive!
But this way I know that the plants are at least surviving. If one of them needs a little extra water, surely they could all use it.
What’s good for the cactus is just going to have to work for the others.
Sunshine, hoodies Cold, shorts Snow yesterday Bike ride today Financial Aid forms School pickup Work dropoff Dog walk Dishes Dinner Dishes So many glasses Where’s my soccer ball? Homework- mine not theirs Spring
In the first book I ever read, Ernie and Bert cleaned their room I remember the pictures of the room getting tidier and tidier a preschool Home Edit! There was also Harold and his purple crayon and his imagination all those pies the way the moon was always in his window Every time I go to the beach, I think about this book I had about going to the ocean for the day and the kids’ adventure of shells and a tidepool Oh, and Sam! He collected donuts and then used them to save a woman from a coffee flood Who needs donuts? They asked When you’ve got love? Dooley battled that snortsnoot once he was tall enough. My shelf was full I can picture the books, the stories part of me and I find myself hoping today that as the pendulum swings and teachers hold on for dear life, kids will still find themselves in the pages