Monthly Archives: September 2018

Changing Seasons

We are now officially in autumn with October quickly coming our way. Yesterday while mowing and deadheading flowers it was hot and humid. Today the grey skies brought rain, winds and the temperature dropped from mid 70’s to low 50’s … Continue reading

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Rethinking my Gardens

In indigenous ways of knowing, all beings are recognized as non-human persons, and all have their own names. It is a sign of respect to call a being by its name, and a sign of disrespect to ignore it. Words … Continue reading

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Breathe, listen and remember

The day is beautiful, sunny, a gently breeze and the temperature is moving from an early morning chill of 59 to the gentle warmth of mid 70’s.  The fall season has arrived with all its glory. There are a few … Continue reading

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Rainy day reflection- the wild world is still out there

It is early evening and the rain is falling gently outside as I sit on the couch at home. It has been a grey and rainy day all day. A cool day for early September – warming at times but … Continue reading

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