Because of my uncertainty and anxiety, I find that I am drawn outside today, where I can hear the summer bugs, and the birdsong. And where I can watch my garden come to life. My garden gives me hope and peace, and the knowledge that I have planted more than seeds. I have planted my love and protection for my family. I nurture my garden as I nurture those I love.
Here are some pictures of my garden growing. Hopefully they will bring you peace on a day of great upheaval.
|Amish Paste Tomatoes and a Marigold|
|A teepee my husband built out of branches trimmed from the pear trees. Just for fun.|
|Yukon Gold Potatoes|
|Very muddy strawberries|