Posts Tagged ‘gardening’
Almost in the short rows…..
It’s May, the reason I haven’t posted or come around to visit for awhile, the marathon month for Rivergreen, our small family business. May, the tiny window during which I dig a gazillion holes and muster up soil from red clay and tuck in flowers and herbs and veggies and trees, painting the earth with living…Read More
It’s May, the reason I haven’t come around to visit or posted for almost two weeks -my marathon month….the teeeeny tiny little window of time during which I have to dig a gazillion holes, muster up good soil from red clay and tuck in flowers and veggies and shrubs and trees then a whole heap…Read More
fountains in bloom…
I’ve been pruning and planting till my bones whimper at night but the quiet gets loud enough for me to hear when I’m down there working busy with my hands while my heart thumps out an easy healing rhythm and it lights me up, the love raining down and it goes rolling like a…Read More
When I was a girl, I loved carving roads and rooms and rhymes into Autumn ground with the crunchy art supplies dropped by generous trees ~a whole season of scraffiti, the sweet-smelling earth my canvas, patterned with mystery like crop signs whispering delicious secrets. I spent hours playing in the nooks and crannies I’d created,…Read More