We have gourd sprooots!!
Yesterday afternoon, I spotted these.
These are the Tennessee Dancing Gourds, and they are the first of the gourds to sprout!
This is how they looked this morning! So awesome, to see how much they grew in less than 24 hours!
I’m hoping this means we’ll start seeing some of the other gourds sprouting soon, too. 🙂
I also checked on the soil sample that was left overnight to settle.
It looks completely unchanged!
The instructions said that soil heavy with clay could take 24 hours to settle, but… I don’t think that’s clay. I think it may actually be organic material.
With how long this is taking, I think I’ll find another jar and test the next soil sample while this one continues to sit.
But not right away.
My older daughter got a call back from the tax preparer. They can’t log into her file at Canada Revenue. Like with her sister, it’s telling them there’s something wrong with her name. We have no idea what that could be. We’re going to have to call up Canada Revenue again. I’ve found a directory, and the numbers all have wait times listed. The number we need to call has a wait time of just over 2 hours.
So we’ll be taking turns monitoring the phone while on hold.
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