Posts Tagged ‘Rivergreen’
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
welcome to my morning….
Welcome to the morning of a season freshly turned, the delicious hush of all my gardens growing on their own ( feels like tucking in 35 children for their naps, all soundly sleeping for a hopeful chunk of time). My heart tiptoes into spacious bliss and, timid at first, while I listen for a stir, I begin to unwrap the sweetness of a gentler…Read More