Well, about a few months ago I decided to learn a couple of things regarding how to grow plants.
Not just plants, more specifically I mean small stuff like garlic, onions, peper, "salsa" (don't know the english translation) and such.
I live on a small flat so there isn't much space where one can grow plants and I ended up choosing a spot next to the kitchen from where I could see how they would grow from day to day.
Was a cold January right after returning home from vacations that I started and throughout the months I've been collecting some of the results from these experiences.
Not all my plants went well, for example, the location that I originally selected to place the plants was only exposed to direct sun light during a short period of time in the morning which proved to be very insufficient, also, I wasn't aware that some plants required a lot of earth and room to grow. I had placed most of them on very tiny pots where one could only expect troubles.
Eventually, I started a fresh one from scratch on the opposite side of my house where I will leave the plants with much more direct exposition to the sunlight.
Two days ago I've collected my first red hot chili pepers and this pretty much concluded the first season with of nuno vs plants. Now I'll wait to see how the next season goes until December.
eheh.. Yes sir, the pepers I gathered were d**m fine.
My wife wanted to eat chicken soup the other day but I wasn't happy with just a soup and decided to coke my own spicy pasta with chicken. Gave a try to these pepers and placed only one of these specimens inside the boiling pan.
One peper was well more than enough and I'm glad she didn't wanted to try a bit for the sake of her health - it was way spicier than one could imagine and I only managed to eat the meal after drinking a huge amount of water and some effort.
Talk about a learning a lesson the hard way - if you're a smart fellow then don't follow my example and avoid exaggerating on the condiments.
That's all about it for the latest news in life at the moment.
Thanks for reading, be well.