musician (unless you mean what I do for a living).
It all winds up with food in my mouth, so......eating!
I till an 8th acre in the primordial ooze of what ten thousand years ago was the bottom of Lake Agassiz. I raise sweet corn, beans (green and otherwise), carrots, onions, all the usual suspects. But in the land of Bland White Sauce one must be diligent in his pursuit of great flavorful fruits like peppers, so much of my garden is dedicated to row upon row of various pepper plants. Some do quite well in the muck we call soil, some need extra attention. Anaheims are my greatest success, only once in the last ten years have I ordered bulk chiles from Hatch NM. I'm going to try to grow some more exotic varieties indoors, peppers that take their time germinating and producing pods, for instance.
...Oh, and I play bass in a classic ZZ Top-style power trio I call The Slab.
I'm bringing more of them upstairs, we're up to 12.25 hours of natural sunlight, I know that ain't much to a lot of you, but these guys need to get used to real sunlight, and the shorter days (as opposed to 16 hours downstairs) might help them keep from getting too boisterous before I can start putting them out.
But the three originals are still flowering and podding, though the foliage may appear sparse...
They get water perhaps once every couple weeks with a dram of CNS17. Solid7 has inspired me to do a bucket grow in smaller pots with a regimen of CNS17 and controlled direct sunlight. I have a south-facing overhang that will facilitate this.
OH!And I have an aji white lightning bolt hooking this morning!