I prefer to water my garden in the mornings. I stumble around with coffee in one hand and dripping hose in the other.
Observing my surroundings it occurred to me that I have so much to learn about gardening. My shallots grew huge. My garlic seemed to get smaller in size. Potatoes…well…let’s not talk about them! I want to be better at growing veggies.
I got a little sad when I thought, I wonder if I’ll be around next year to garden? I feel great now but you never know what’s to come.
Back atcha lady!
thank you 🙂
I have that hint too, my kids are back in school, 4th and 6th grade, will I make it to Christmas this year, will I make it to 7th and 8th. I am usually not stuck or sad, but right now…
The moments are so great and special we want to see them again. Makes sense.
I wonder if the sadness comes more as summer fades…. I know that I am surrounded right now by a large number of friends dying. It makes it much harder for me to sit with hope. And after 4 1/2 years in treatment, I just feel how tired my body is with the constant assault. But may we live to see many highlights in 2015 and beyond.
with love, marcy
Honestly, this sun baby likes fall the best. Hard to believe.
Death is always sad for me.
I thought the same thing when we didn’t plant a garden this year because of our move. Will I be here to plant one next year? This is how we live.
Happy NC arrival!