Category Archives: gardens

Watching for change

Today was a day of noticing little changes. Things are changing constantly. Sometimes we are aware of it but most of the time those changes go right past us. We are so busy that we get caught up in the … Continue reading

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Day Fifteen: Bloom Day

The middle of the month for many garden bloggers is Bloom day. (Hosted over at May Dreams Garden) It is a day when gardener writers stop and look over their land to see what is blooming. They take pictures and … Continue reading

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Day Eleven: Basement gardening

If you have followed me for even a few posts you know I am a frustrated gardener. The winter has not let go here in Minnesota (in fact it snowed again last night). I am now spending time in my … Continue reading

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Day Ten: Starting earlier

It is March 10th – The sky is a dull flat grey. The ground is a dirty white with ice patches everywhere you look. This is 30 degrees feels like 20 and the radar says there is snow in the … Continue reading

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Patience is what is needed

It is February 20th and the early morning was filled with icy sleet and now we have wind and snow. The dirt filled,crusty snow banks that were melting the last few days are gathering clean white snow. The snow is … Continue reading

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Honorable Harvest – ending 2017

“We need acts of restoration, not only for polluted waters and degraded lands, but also for our relationship to the world. We need to restore honor to the way we live, so that when we walk through the world we … Continue reading

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Watching the changes

It is August and you can feel the change in the air. It is easy to catch the back to school fever even if you don’t watch TV.  I do not get the adds on the “big box tv” but … Continue reading

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