The cucumbers continue to flower abundantly. The largest Roma tomato plant has three yellow flowers. I swear I saw a flower on one of the pepper plants yesterday, but I don't see it today. The two remaining pea plants have each produced a single pea that they seem to be putting all of their energy in to. Both continue to be a favorite spot for the cats to sit in the big window.
Some news from the Research page; the beans are now producing. I'm including a photo below.
The mango tree is finally starting to look like a tree. I gave up on the water and planted it directly into soil. Photo below - it looks like a little palm tree! Too cute!
And in cat news, Mabel is getting rounder by the day, and is content to nap and groom most of the time. Tony thinks she may have kittens this weekend. I say she should have them within a week (between tomorrow and May 3). I'm still guessing four kittens, but we'll have to wait and see.
I updated baby guinea pig photos today as well, but unfortunately my camera died as I was trying to get photos of the adult guinea pigs. I think the camera is beyond repair, though I'm not sure what happened. Tony will take a look at it later today, but I may be out of commission on photos until I can make enough money to buy myself a new camera.