I planted some of my tomatoes outside in the back yard today. It was grey and cold this morning, but warmed up to 18 degrees by mid-afternoon, and it’s supposed to be warm for a few days, so I’m risking it. There will probably be some cold nights later on this week, but I’m hoping row covers and bottles of hot water will suffice to keep the tomatoes happy. I kept some indoors as a reserve, in case I did put these guys out too early after all.
Also, decided not to let the space between the strawberry rows go to waste, and put in some beet and carrot seeds. We shall see what happens with that.
In clay news, I’m starting work on my submission to Hot Mud, which is nervous-making, but also fun and exciting.
 It’s only their first year! Surely they won’t need it.