In addition to the four types of pepper plants I've got planted in little peat pots in the laundry room, and in addition to the cayennes, jabaneros, and other common varieties I'll buy as sets in late April/early May, I've just ordered five varieties of extremely hot pepper seeds. I'm planning to expand the garden ten feet to accommodate all the peppers, which will hopefully also give me room to plant squash and marigolds.
Yes, I like growing peppers. They're so easy to grow! You just jam them in the ground and a few months later you have 10 billion peppers to harvest (or, in my case, to look at, admire, and let rot on the vine because honestly, how many peppers can one person eat?). This year, I'm actually planning to take peppers to the local farmer's market--which conveniently is open on Thursdays, my day off. I won't make much money, but it'll be fun.
You know my secret dream in life is not to be a bestselling author, but to own a huge sunny farm where I can grow peppers of every variety imaginable. I will be known far and wide for my peppers. Also, I will keep those chickens that lay eggs in different shades of green, blue, brown, and pink. And spotted goats. Because I am cool, that's why.