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Posted by Jordan | Thursday, March 26, 2009 | | 4 comments »

Oregon Pink Fuschia with me in backgroundWe realize the posts to this blog have been very sparse the past few months. We have been busy with each of our jobs, we have spent a lot of our time commuting, and we have been busy taking care of our houseplants and our pets.

A few weeks ago Annah found out that she will need to be finding a new place to teach next year and so that means that both of us will have to move and we will be looking for new jobs. Therefore, since we will be moving and since that is hard on plants, it hasn't really made any sense for us to purchase any new plants.

Additionally, we have both been working on being frugal and spending our money wisely, and buying a bunch of plants right now is not something we will be actively doing. With regards to being frugal and such, I have also spent a little bit of my time working on a new blog related to being frugal and saving money which you can see at Frugal Goodies.

I had also hoped for us to grow a garden of our own this year so that we would not have to rely on my parent's garden for our fruits and vegetables this fall, but we will have to wait until next year for that. We might still try to grow some cool season crops before we move, but that is yet to be determined.

As a result of needing to move in a few months the updates will probably not be as frequent, but we will still be updating this blog when we can.

4 comments

  1. Darla // March 26, 2009 at 12:08 PM  

    God speed on your move.

  2. Jordan // March 26, 2009 at 2:19 PM  

    Hi Darla,

    Thank you for the comment! We will let you know how the move goes!

    You have some amazingly beautiful flower photos on your blog! I enjoy your blog a lot!

  3. Kerri // March 27, 2009 at 8:54 PM  

    Moving is never easy! Wishing you the best of luck finding new jobs.

  4. Maureen from office plants // February 7, 2011 at 2:29 AM  

    Wishing you for your success dude.
    Your posts are really a good heads up for those who wanna learn about plants.

    You did a very good job.
    God speed.