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I agree, for me being on a bus would be far from "dull" news given the Covid situation. I feel like it would be nerve wracking. I guess it depends who else was on the bus with you though.

Today I had a telehealth doctor's appointment and so couldn't go for my morning walk / run.
 

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I rolled on goose poop with my bike since they are all hanging out on the bike trail beside the canal.

They are so used to cyclists, none of them even move away when we pass in between them.
 

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My passion flower plants are finally showing signs of growth after being in shock most of this month. Thought they weren't going to make it when they arrived in the mail. Warm weather is almost over but hoping when I move them back outside next year I'll get some fruits.
 

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My avocado seedling sprout grew 3.2 millimeters.
Congrats! Have wanted to try that. Think I might've tried before and failed.

Right now I'm growing some lemon plants/trees that I started from seed. Seeds came from a grocery store lemon. Was pretty easy to get them sprouted. Not sure if I'm wasting my time though because it will be years before they are capable of producing fruit and I'm not sure if they even will be able to produce fruit(infertile hybrid?). Plan to bring them inside when it gets cold.
 

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I'm going to get up & have coffee in one of those fancy glass cups with the metal handle my sister found in our spare room.
 

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Congrats! Have wanted to try that. Think I might've tried before and failed.

Right now I'm growing some lemon plants/trees that I started from seed. Seeds came from a grocery store lemon. Was pretty easy to get them sprouted. Not sure if I'm wasting my time though because it will be years before they are capable of producing fruit and I'm not sure if they even will be able to produce fruit(infertile hybrid?). Plan to bring them inside when it gets cold.
Takes about a few months for it to sprout. Tried a few times in the past and I discarded them after months of nothing. This time around, I kept it and finally it sprouted near the 4th month. Once it sprouted, it grew fast. Keeping the seed bottom half buried in soil seems to speed up the grow process verses just submerging the bottom half in water.

Yeah I am not trying to get them to produce fruit. Mostly just to get them grow into a mini tree and have an established strong indoor plant. Seems like the formula is just constant strong sunlight and very moist soil.
 
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