this is what my husband usually says to me in the morning. He is sincere and I am grateful. And it makes a lovely garden sign in early Spring.
adventures in garden renku
Putting in the spring renku today. Like a farmer sowing seeds. Today’s says: “THE PAST IS A REFERENCE – NOT A RESIDENCE!’ Yay! I need to know that. thanks for checking back in here.
Rob O’Dare and his friend, teacher/librarian Yvonne came by on Monday. Rob had just become a Canadian citizen. He had also made me an iron sculpture particularly appropriate for a […]
Never have the flowers been so bright and tall – hollyhocks, lilies, chicory, daisies, black-eyed susans, scarlet bergamont. With fewer beer cans in the middle and not as much trampling […]
My front garden at the end of April is above Just over a month later, it looks like this! Yes, I know how it works but if ever there was […]
Someone held a cigarette lighter up to this particular renku in my spring garden on the corner. As a form of criticism, it leaves a lot to be desired. Was […]
You can see the contrast if you go back to spring and summer photos from the same door on my earlier blogs. Obvious season changes is the reason a lot […]
Once the Bergamont was gone, the garden used to be all about sunflowers. But since nearly all my space is half-shade, they didn’t thrive. Now I only have a few […]
This is the last panel from the Sunday comics yesterday. The New Adventures of Queen Victoria, by Pab Subgenis, a truly brilliant cartoon which features the enterprising Queen in a […]