Don't you just hate that blue screen of death on Windows based systems. I don't get to see them at home anymore, but I see more than my fair share at work since I get to problem solve for a few companies. Unfortunately, we have had a system failure in our garden and will be forced to restart spring, so to speak.
Through a series of unfortunate weather incidents, mild catastrophes, uncooperative weather, and oversights, we will start from almost scratch tomorrow. We had two hard, late freezes that burned the green beans, the muscadine vines, and some of the fruit on the fruit trees. When the garden was tilled using a tractor, the operator (I won't name names) broke my cold frame which housed all my seedlings. When the temperatures dipped for the second time I was feeling smug in my knowledge that my seedlings would be safe since I hadn't planted yet. They weren't since the outside temperature was also the inside temperature. Since those two freezes we haven't been dry enough to plant.
I suppose I shouldn't complain since my lettuce, herbs, sugar snap peas, asparagus, and garlic were completely unaffected. My potatoes will bounce back too, though their tops are gone. But I feel behind. Antsy. A bit nervous.