2.28.2015

REMINDER: March's PitP this Saturday!

 


This month, I'm there.

Will you be there?


March PitP
March 7th
9 AM - 11 AM
Library Park (corner of Lime & Myrtle)

2.20.2015

Did You Miss it? I did: January's PitP


You know me. I'm pretty much attached to PitP. This month, I had a conflicting event and sadly, I had to miss the meetup. However, I was so glad to hear that we had a good turnout with lots of citrus! 

Since I can't show you pictures from the event, perhaps I can show you some interesting things growing in my garden?

Eggplants.

The most miniature eggplants I'm seen. They were only about the length of my finger!


 Potato.

We had bought too many potatoes but instead of letting them go to waste, we decided to compost them. I accidentally dug one up while doing some yard work one day.


 Yams.

In my culture, we eat yam leaves. My mother said that if we don't pick the yam leaves, they naturally grow into yams. I didn't quite believe her until I tried digging some up one day. Lesson learned: always listen to your mother.



Artichoke.

This beauty has died and regrown three times. I've yet to see an artichoke. As long as it keeps sprouting, back I'm still hopeful :).

 



2.01.2015

REMINDER: February's PitP this Saturday!

 
 
 
Hello February! Hello Sunshine! Hello Friends!  
 
Get ready for the next PitP this coming Saturday!
 
February 7
9 AM - 11 AM
Library Park (corner of Lime & Myrtle)
 

1.11.2015

Did You Miss It? January's PitP



January brought citrus season to full bloom. We saw varieties of tangerines and lemons. 





Ms. Karen showcased one of her vintage purses.


She also graciously shared some delectable butter cookies 


and nutritious boiled eggs (to counteract the butter cookies).


Ms. Heidi shared her delicious red bean bread pudding. 


Sticks on Fire, who can forget thou? This plant has become a featured celebrity in our most recent meet ups.


When Ms. Karen brought her broken pot of motley plants, Ms. Nancy patiently organized the variety of plants so it would be easier for people to choose and take.





Ms. Yolanda shared some pregnant onions. This plant is used to ward off insects and pests from the garden.


Enjoy the rest of January and we'll see everyone next month!



12.28.2014

REMINDER: January's PitP this Saturday!

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READY TO KICK OFF 2015?

January 3rd
9 am - 11 am
Library Park (corner of Lime & Myrtle)
Can't wait to see you there!


12.12.2014

Did You Miss It? December's PitP


I must have said this many times but I mean it:

T H A N K  Y O U.

We've really built a family within PitP and I'm so grateful to be part of this group. 


 

 2014 has come and gone but PitP is here to stay because of our ever growing family.




Cheers to many more monthly meet ups full of laughter, wisdom, and bonding.

 



 2015, here we come! See everyone in January!



12.03.2014

REMINDER: December's PitP this Saturday!

 
 
Our last PitP of the year! Bring your holiday cheer and let's make it a good one. Can't wait to see you there!  
December 6th
9 AM - 11 AM
Library Park (corner of Lime & Myrtle)