After much toting of large, heavy bags of potting soil, filling of pots and extended angst over the proper distribution of plants among pots I was able to get most of them done. I love to put my herbs and vegetables into galvanized aluminum feed troughs and containers as the soak up the heat and keeps the roots nice and toasty. Here is my dill in its container, it will be harvested at the end of the season and go into my brine for the pickled beans I can ever year.
It is wonderful to see the young plants in their new homes, fussing over them all summer is one of my favorite things to do. And of course, talking to them, as all you gardeners out there know, makes all the difference in the world.
Finally, when the day was done I was totally exhausted, but not nearly as tired as studio cat #1, Dana, all that supervising and offering of feline opinions had completely wiped her out.