Saturday, July 20, 2013
Finally one day without storms! Time to do some pruning in the jungle that has grown unchecked during this most definitely tropical summer. Clippers in hand, the fearless gardener braves the heat, the humidity and the hordes of mosquitoes while trying to bring some semblance of order into nature gone wild. A little snip here, a little snip there and voilá! Before the blood suckers get the upper hand, she's heading to the compost pile. But wait, let's think this through... Uhm, this already looks like a hand-tied arrangement! So into the house they go, where they grace the kitchen table for a long week. I do love my life!
- Moorestown, New Jersey, United States
- Let's talk about our gardens. Let's talk about all the flowers and critters that thrive within the confines of our personal paradises. Let's talk about those we love and love us back, although once in a while they scratch us and make us bleed a little. Just to remind us that we are alive. Those roses and cats and people that thrive in our gardens... How important... How important they are...
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