Oh, doesn’t the time fly by sometimes, though! I was taking a “few days” away from my blogging and how I have missed it. This is my chance to write my daily thoughts, my dreams, my joy … and I love looking backwards throughout the year to see how my daily life unfolded. My photos help me out a lot. Sometimes life is so busy and so it is nice to look back and see what was happening.
While in the back yard …I think this is little Squirrely’s daughter …hungrily munching on a peanut …they have to survive. Little Squirrely was a frequent visitor to our yard last year – we haven’t seen her for a long time. This little one has lovely white markings .
The new eco-friendly (aka bamboo) bird feeder is a welcome addition to the yard … below is one of my impromptu “raised beds” planted with lots of garlic. I was going to be more moderate in my plantings of Elephant (sigh, yes, a member of the leek family) and Kazakhstan garlic. However, I ended up just going a little crazy and began planting like mad. More photos in the next few months showing their progress. Also, I’d learned in a garlic class that we shouldn’t plant sprouted garlic. I was abiding by this wisdom until I saw the many sprouting garlic cloves. And I remembered that last year I’d planted sprouted cloves in December that grew quite well so I succumbed and planted many more garlic cloves.More eye candy .. a fallen oak leaf .. splendid in its natural beauty and natural surroundings. I have a billion such leaves covering my garlic beds at home …..treasures, each and every one!
And then .. DH & I went flying … thank goodness for digital cameras .. I click away as the beauty unfolds ..
This was on Christmas Day … lovely skies …
Low clouds, fluffy and soft …
Sky art … lovely and fresh ..
Such beauty …
Time to land …after a number of circuits …
Well .. that is where some of my time has gone over the past few days.
Time to get on with the day. Things to do .. one of which is quite important and that is to make a listing of the oh so many Heritage seeds that I’ve purchased from Annapolis Seeds, Salt Spring Island Seeds and .. drum roll…. Richters Herbs.
I actually visited Richters Herbs in Ontario, during November. Having ordered various seeds from them over the past 30 years, I was thrilled to actually visit this venerable seed company. And …. yes .. I did take lots of photos. That is for another day.
Speaking of another day .. another Seedy Saturday is coming up in February. I am so looking forward to volunteering in this annual event. This year I shall purchase more Heritage potatoes … i grew fingerlings last year in large pots and they did grow well. I took photos of each pot’s harvest as I unearthed them. That is for another day.
Today is here and I’m up up and away!!!