A light drizzle is surrounding me as I wander through the gardens cutting flowers to put in the farmstand. It is sunrise, only the sun isn’t shining. The humidity seems high and the gnats are horrible and the mosquitoes are biting. I’m hot and my body heat is steaming up my glasses so that I …
You can feel it. The earth is ready to shake off her winter blanket. There are quiet stirrings and subtle shuffling of the layers. The robins are singing sweetly at sunup. The scent in the air is different too.
Maybe it is because it has been cold here recently. Maybe I just want to remember what it feels like to have warm sun on my bare skin and brightly colored flowers blooming. Maybe it is because my screen saver popped up a few of these photos and I just felt like sharing them with …
The chickens and I are joining Sarah from Down By The Sea for Through the Garden Gate, February. Through the Garden Gate is a monthly link up for gardeners to share what is happening in their garden each month.
Oh my, it’s almost over, February, that is. It’s the calm before the storm.
We lost a piece of our heart this week. Our sweet little senior rescue dog crossed over. Her name was Peanut, she now rests peacefully under the pear tree. Though she was part of our lives for only a short four years and just a speck of a dog her absence feels big and all-consuming. …
Snow is on the way. A hush is in the air, that stillness that always seems to come before snowfall. Orange blossom honey drizzled in my tea. So here I am a week in on the most annoying cold; savoring lots of tea and honey in hopes of soothing my throat.
*************Snow Snow Snow!**************** I’ve been on the fence about a LOT of stuff lately.
It’s here. Snow and the colors of the season.