Spirituality

Wild Wednesday – The Winter Gardener

Right now the garden looks like pretty bedraggled.  Sad, right?  How about these strawberries?  They tasted so delicious, but now they look anemic and ready to die. Well they are about to die...back.  Their roots will stay safe and warm in the ground, ready to come back in the spring but the green tops are… Continue reading Wild Wednesday – The Winter Gardener

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Wild Wednesday – What I Did This Summer

For those of you with offspring, do they still have kids write the obligatory essay on summertime activities in school?  I thought I'd give you a little reminder of summer if, like me, fall has closed you in with clouds and rain. Instead of being in front of a computer, this is where I spent… Continue reading Wild Wednesday – What I Did This Summer

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Wild Wednesdays – Taming Down, But Just For A Few Short Weeks

Wild Wednesdays will return!  However, I'm putting them on hold for a few weeks.  Extra days and longer hours at work are keeping me from getting my weekday posts up, but Weird Weekends will continue. Thank you for reading, and I promise, there's more animal training, zoo tales, and garden adventures in the works.   By… Continue reading Wild Wednesdays – Taming Down, But Just For A Few Short Weeks

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Wild Wednesday – Taming The Wild Garden

A gardener's work is never done, but even if you let things slide you can still reclaim what you've neglected.  I certainly neglected a corner of my garden.  It looked awful; scruffy and overgrown with weeds and grass. See how long and luxurious that grass is back behind my grape and trellis?  Now picture that… Continue reading Wild Wednesday – Taming The Wild Garden

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Spring Gardening

I've been busy NOT writing.  At first, I was stressing, because I wasn't doing it ALL!  You know, 10 pages a day on the WIP, blogging multiple times a week, social media socializing, AND raising a bunch of baby chickens, getting my garden started, plus that little day job and keeping the house running, keeping… Continue reading Spring Gardening