Happy Mothers Day – from my garden!

Happy Mother Day….with Garden Flowers 🖤 I had a wonderful Mothers Day yesterday and enjoyed cutting my own bouquet from my garden. I love my irises; they remind me of my grandmother, my mothers mother. Her favorite flower, it reminds me of being a little girl in her garden surrounded by her daughters, including my mother. All strong women who encourage my ‘stubborn streak’, otherwise … Continue reading Happy Mothers Day – from my garden!

Three Things I’ve learned during the Seattle Covid-19 Quarantine

Aff. links: I love passing on links to companies and products I love and use – see below 🖤 We’ve been in quarantine for less than a day statewide, but here in King County, Washington, we’ve been asked to limit activities for weeks. Washington State Governor Jay Inslee ordered a two week ‘stay at home’ order effective yesterday, and has stated today it may have … Continue reading Three Things I’ve learned during the Seattle Covid-19 Quarantine

In My Garden: July 2019

Deer help themselves to all the plants — so when I was starting, I started with primarily native species. Our local Green Elephant plant swap offers a plethora of native plants. I’ve been working on enlarging my garden, by decreasing my lawn grass for years. I’ve used this plethora of naturalized organic native plants to free my small garden of the grass carpet covering it! … Continue reading In My Garden: July 2019

100 Word Wednesday: Week 63

Photo by Cathal Mac an Bheatha Thank you for joining our awesome writing community who challenges themselves weekly as we weave together our 100 words! What 100 words would you give this image? Interested in joining us? Check out the guidelines below and ping back to be included in the Writing Wind-up! A special thanks to Fandango for alerting me to my mistype of “Week” … Continue reading 100 Word Wednesday: Week 63