Sure, there’s some yard and lawn help, yet no gardener; who really has a gardener these days? Having always wanted a garden, simply have had to dig in.
Three plus decades ago while in our very first home I sat driveway side for hours and hours and pulled bushels and bushels of established Pachysandra thinking it was a damn invasive weed. Felt pretty darn satisfied at day’s end with my efforts, yikes.
Now I plant tender roots of all kinds and patiently watch them grow.
not perfect yet perfect pears from husbands fruit orchard
It’s a good place when your head is down with hands in dirt. A garden of any kind feels safe and reassuring.
even on her wedding day we had watering to do
If you’ve been a follower here you know I’ve gone somewhat silent: oldest daughter married and youngest off to college: life changes. Trying to figure out a space in this spinning world, and what’s next.
homegrown kale, basil, tomatoes, thyme, blueberries
A simple garden is a good start.
what we’ve got going on now…
Every day dress, xoxo.