Apr 11 2012

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It’s 45 degrees as I’m writing this . Kind of cold actually. Tonight we are supposed to get our first frost. Sorry to say almost everything blooming today will be dead after tonight’s frost. Some how they should all be warned. I will take a walk around the yard this afternoon, as the temperature warms up to 50. I’ll look carefully at all the blooming annuals and perenials and try and capture their image in my mind to store away during the winter. It’s a shame to see everything die. It’s disappointing to think of all the hard work accomplished in the Spring and Summer, to plant and water and fertilize, only to watch it all die, or go dormant in the Winter.

Fall is so predictable,yet I look forward to it every year. Each cycle and change of season I witness, signifies another season I have lived. If I were to compare my time of life to the seasons, I would say I was in Midsummer, long past Early Spring. It is a good place to be. Months away from Fall, frost, and Winter. I still have time to break new ground , plant new seeds, and anticipate a bounty of new blossoms, and produce from my garden in Fall’s harvest. I still have enough time to take stock, build my inventory , and prepare for the cold, pale, season of Winter.


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