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Lovely thing to see – yellow nodding daffodils like beams of sun to me. Many hues of green waken my spirit to spring, scent of earth, fresh clean air and songs the robins sing. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Broke new ground and extended the potato plot. The new raspberries have been planted since this picture and the potatoes are in as well. Mm dreaming of raspberries and yogurt. Happy Birthday Dear Cookie. . . what a gift you’ve … Continue reading
A person strong enough to face the futility of most desires, the distractions of most cultural values, who can give up trying to be well-adjusted to a neurotic culture, will find growth and greater purpose after all. ~Richard Rohr
Hisnibs planted 800 peas yesterday, 16 new raspberry bushes and got the new potato bed ready to plant. Middle daughter made a lovely rock and moss garden on their driveway. I LOVE Spring! Happy Birthday to my forever friend … Continue reading
We mulched our carrot patch in the Fall and had fresh carrots all winter. We dug up the rest this week and this was a special gift, a Celtic Knot.
Now the sun is out, planting guides are consulted and dreams of abundance fill our minds. It’s been a multi-puzzle winter this year. Glad it’s over.
We spent a lovely day outside today. Almost feels like spring though fingers got cold pretty quick. I picked up and chipped branches around the trees Hisnibs pruned yesterday. Mulched the trees with the chippings. Moved a little stool around … Continue reading
I can almost hear a sigh as this early crocus turns toward the sun. Smiling, I understand, we survived to bloom again. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Sun illuminates tips of trees this morning. It looks like winter has left the woods. Crocuses and Snowdrops lift their heads in thanks. I do too. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Like late Christmas cards, snow has arrived way past the time it was supposed to. We’re in the middle of a snow bank and the world has become smaller, quieter and much more beautiful. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Three inches of snow and -5 degrees Centigrade. Winter isn’t over, that’s for sure.
Silence is the safety zone of conversation. ~ Arnold H. Glasgow
Bird feeder: tweeter treater. ~ John J. Hatch
Leeks are still green and growing. We’re still picking carrots from underneath the mulch in a separate bed. Nothing quite like a fresh carrot on a cold frosty day.