Well, it's the first full day without The Herbal Husband and I've been working in my herb garden most of the day! I have been clipping back the lavenders, dead parts, dead flowers, etc. I have been harvesting nasturtium flowers and will be using them in one of my favorite recipes this time of year for Nasturtium Peppercorn Vinegar from my dear herbal friend, Kathleen Gips. Then there are the chives which have a lot of dead parts and have just flopped over. So in the spirit of sticks and strings, I sort of divided them and tied them up like Christmas presents. In doing so, I exposed the lavenders that didn't like such closeness. When I get a chance, I will cut them down, chop them up, divide the chopped chives into plastic containers or bags and freeze them. They are great in the middle of winter to use on baked potatoes, in eggs and in soups and stews. So I'm going to making jelly tomorrow. Hopefully, three different kinds. It was a beautiful day in the garden. Supposed to rain tomorrow. Have a great weekend everyone. Talk to you later.