I am not here in the blogosphere today
The real world has called to me through the rays
of some long overdue sunshine.
It whispered my name in the faint breeze yesterday,
but screamed in my ear this morning.
While we have been inside waiting for the earth to warm
The earth has been secretly prospering
under the cover of clouds
apparently ideal growing conditions for grass.
After that these guys are gently nudging me toward the garden shed
they would like more permanent housing.
LUCKY!! I need to be out in this sunshine! Don't work too hard!
You are so poetic! Just love reading you!
enjoy your day in the sun :)
Thanks for reading me Juls.
Wow, how i wish i could put my feet in the earth as well.
I have been in the same position e before and know how painful it must have been to learn to dance again.
Life does funny things and its whether it makes us laugh or cry that's so important. I admire your courage to share. Thanks for teaching me too the beauty of life, and how moving on can be beautiful too.
your blog is as real as the worldwideweb can get. Thanks for connecting to me :)
I envy you out in the sunshine today...gorgeous day in our area and where one should be! Have fun!!
Hi there Jules,
What a lovely green setting you have,
Is it covered in snow in winter?
love your new banner! Like the name of your mower too! Ha! xxoo
good one today. glad you are out in it and enjoyin every minute.
would love to be on that mower. i would even push mow around the trees!
Leah - come on over because the push mowing and weed whapping is what is left!
E.E. - I will be over as soon as possible - I am out of town working today (friday)
Deb- thank you, and like my leaf blower if you come over I will let you use it ;)
Queen - thank you very much
Everyone else - the sun WAS fabulous! My body didn't know what to do with it all, and my muscles are sore from the outside work - very different group of muscles then the ones you use for inside work!
Delwyn - I will send you picture proof of our harsh differences
I did today what you did yesterday. I'm not done, but almost. I sometimes feel my life is spent on a mower. My ferns have been fully up and open for about three weeks, so does this mean yours will last longer?
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