🌸Nankin Cherry Blossoms
Previous newsletter, for the digest crowd.
For those of you who requested changes, so you can get the webcomics, if you could please tell me whether you'd like the adult audience webcomics, as well as the ones that are more rated for late teenagers, I would really appreciate it. Although my webcomic newsletters are automated for the most part, this one isn't. So, sometimes I need a little additional feedback to make sure you're getting the content you want. Thank you for your patience if you haven't received your webcomic update newsletters. If I don't hear back, I will just assume that you want the ones that are less risque. Thank you for your patience.
As you can imagine, things have been hectic here at the farm as spring gets on its way. I've been pulling raspberry bramble and tree saplings on a daily basis, as well as cleaning garbage that has blown in from the wind. We also finally got our garage electrified with an automatic garage door opener as well. I'm a little bit behind on my fabric designs, but I hope to get to work on some more of them later in the week. I wish I had more to report, but I do have some photos of some of my indoor and outdoor plants to share.
The Nankin cherries suckers that were passed along to me by my mom, have bloomed for the first time. The African violet that I rescued from the grocery store clearance rack last winter, is currently having its second bloom. I hope you like them as much as I do. I hope to share the progress on our lilac plant very soon as well.