It's been a lazy, rainy day. Agatha and Patches sat looking out the front door most of the morning, watching the squirrels and birds, who were very active all day.
The bad news was that the humidity in the box had provided the perfect environment for fluff white fungus to grow in the the pots and packs of seedlings I'd repotted last week. I've taken them out of the box now and will be setting a fan on them tomorrow to see if we can't take care of the problem. The good news was that we had more sproutage! The zinnia seeds and the second sowing of lettuce have sprouted and it looks as though the calendula are about to pop up, too.
Tonight was yoga class. The weather was horrible, rainy and foggy the whole drive there. I was surprised that we had a full class tonight, but yoga folks are a determined lot, it seem. I feel better for going, and I'm sure most of my yoga classmates feel the same way, so we brave all kinds of nasty weather in order to be trees and mountains and warriors and such. Tonight we were stars and did moon salutations in honor of tonight's full moon, the Snow Moon, which, because of the rain and clouds, we aren't able to see. Oh, well, we saluted it anyway, and are more relaxed and fit because of our salutations, I think.