1. Anna says...

    Seen and inspired. We are lucky to have a garden space in our back yard that is still producing various Kale plants. We make a kraut, bone broth, kale based soup almost every night with our greens. We have attempted woodcarving, incense rolling, recycled paper, beeswax candle dipping, wool projects, sewing and more! I was so humbled by wood carving! I did not end up with a spoon in the end lol.

  2. Nina says...

    For real, we have doctors here (UK) asking us to please not do anything that is unnecessary and dangerous right now because hospitals are overwhelmed with covid patients. So maybe not wood carving.

    • jdp says...

      same here in california! it’s terrible. hang in there.

  3. jdp says...

    if i had any talent in this department whatsoever, i would take up the hobby of learning every dance nailed by this old-school mama and her two awesome daughters.

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CKEcWRQlO0R/

  4. Lora says...

    I’ve been growing geraniums in my basement under a grow light! I dream about their creamy pink color every time I look out into my Nebraska backyard. They are green and fuzzy and the best type of pets a girl can have,

  5. Mullica says...

    Omg hahaha I have started growing microgreens! But only because I recently bought a pet fish and received a free fish tank from the Carroll Gardens Buy Nothing Group that also doubled as a aquaponic grow tank. It’s from Back to the Roots! It’s working and I’m loving it so far.

  6. Jacy says...

    When I read winter tree identification, I thought he was trying to identify WITH the tree, not find its name.

    • Louise says...

      haha, I too feel gnarled, weathered, and (emotionally) exposed

    • Nadine says...

      Hahah love it. I feel the same and strive to feel rooted and to stand tall.

    • Em says...

      Hahah, these comments made my day. So funny and sweet

  7. Eli says...

    I’m with Andrea, I can’t raise something to eat – I talk to my plants and they are my babies. Ha! Instead of raising microgreens to eat, I have become the orchid lady. Currently trying to bring one back to life after accidently misting it with my bleach bottle and not my water bottle. (Face palm). I invested in a quality, beautiful plant mister so I never make that mistake again.

  8. Emily says...

    I thought these were supposed to be new hobbies! ;D ;D

  9. Louisa says...

    I started woodcarving this pandemic! I too have bloodied hands. I thought I was the only one.

  10. Andrea says...

    I can’t have indoor plants that you are supposed to eat. Seems too much like family.

    • Angela says...

      What if you smoked it ;)

  11. Denise says...

    LOL, winter tree identification is a family sport. My sister, who studied Forestry, knows it all but it’s fun to try to out do her. Evergreens are easier than deciduous by far.