Last call for questions!

rosesOK … I only got two questions (multipart ones, though) — and one more if I count L’an’s potato question.

Anyone else? Anyone? Anyone?

Randomness is fine. As random as this photo of our first roses from the front yard (in a vase made by Mr. L’an) — and preferably more random than that.

I will post answers in the next couple days.


3 thoughts on “Last call for questions!

  1. erin says:

    Hi – I don’t have a question but I just wanted you to know I am out here and reading your blog. Congratulations on your 1-year anniversary. Your garden looks great! I was laughing when I read you moved your iris plant with you because when we moved, we brought our irises, 13 blueberry bushes and a witch hazel tree so I can relate.

    Ok – here is a question…does little cheap create a lot of art on paper? We are a bit overwhelmed with paper art. If you have it, what do you do with it?

  2. L'an says:

    Okay yes, count my potato question. Plus another garden related one: how easy is it to grow a meyer lemon here in these zone five parts, or is that something that Mr. Cheap is carefully babying along?

    And speaking of Mr. Cheap and indirectly of Little Cheap: has it been a challenge to convince them to go along with your various eco-frugal ideas (meaning that you’re plugging along doing what you have to do and they participate or not) or do they tend to fall in line behind your charismatic and charming leadership? šŸ™‚

  3. Melinda says:

    I’m amazed at how many of us started blogging last spring. I wonder what it was. Do you have any idea? I started blogging in May, but didn’t actually get my internet up and running until September… so not exactly sure which to call my anniversary. Anyway, happy anniversary!

    I have a big question. Since you’ve been really aware of it over the past year, how much money do think you’ve saved over the year by being green and frugal?

    I know we saved a lot by growing our own food and reducing our electricity bills. At the same time, we bought some things to help us do those things and we paid a bit more for local organic products. Overall, though, I’m sure we saved hundreds of dollars last year but I haven’t calculated it (always meant to). Have you calculated it, or can you guesstimate?

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