Like my baby trees, children need patience, attention and someone to believe in them.
I am on spring break this week and having a ‘staycation’. I’m loving time at home to write, sleep, cook, read and relax. Wednesday was finally gorgeous and warm, so after spending the morning working on a magazine article, I headed out to my flower garden. It’s a mess. I have to admit I’m a… Continue reading In the Garden
Some women love clothes. Some have a weakness for jewelry. I can’t resist summer vegetables. I stopped by the Farmers Market at the Calhoun Depot on Monday and went a little crazy. I left with three kinds of tomatoes, including a purplish heirloom variety and the most wonderful sweet cherry ones that are like having… Continue reading A Place for a Tomato
I came back from my spring break trip to New York to a mess - in my flower garden. After several cool rainy weeks, and then a warm week-end, the weeds had gone crazy, covering all my little flowers trying to come out to enjoy the sunshine. Despite my best efforts at putting down mulch… Continue reading Stuggling through the weeds
God spoke to Moses through a burning bush and this week He spoke to me through a gaura plant. I bought the gaura last spring when I went to the plant sale at Northwest High. I had bought some pepper and tomato plants and a few flowers and then picked up a cup with a… Continue reading Just Like Moses