Got to take the good with the bad...
All I ask is that you PLEASE respect the space and leave no trace.
Change is happening!
On the inside, the Hoya is flowering.
It smells so beautiful in the evening, love the natural scent.
Wish it was here all the time but it teaches me a valuable lesson...
Appreciate, slow down and never take things for granted.
On Kim's Birthday we went for a hike along the Thames River in London, Canada.
This is one of her favourite trees. It may not be the prettiest...
It shows her that you can have struggle for many years, showing no progress,
but eventually with time and patience,
you can work through anything and continue to grow!!!
Thanks to Reforest London. Our mini-food forest is looking better each year!!!
Couldn't do it without help so Thank YOU.
Now, I would like to introduce you to my Buddies :)
A Pair of Pear Trees
Golden Spice & Early Gold
Empire Apple Tree
Redhaven Peach Tree
Thanks to a squirrel for planting a daffodil in the yard.
The natural transplant adds a nice pop of spring colour.
Also, this is last years Brussel Sprout plant.
As an experiment I left it over Winter. Now it's growing again.
Don't know what to expect but it's fun!
This is a Primrose.
They say the flowers and leaves are edible but haven't tried them as of yet.
The flavour ranges between mild lettuce and bitter salad greens.
They also say that leaves can be used for tea. Have you tried?
This year it has has grown just like us all.
Don't forget to get your hands and feet in the dirt.
Grounding is the BEST!!!
Be well, stay healthy & happy. If you need to reach out, please do.
Love you and we'll see each other soon.
Living a life of Art