In spite of my gimpy foot, wrapped three times it’s size and requiring propping and rest from surgery a week ago, I had to get my hands in some dirt…so I sowed seeds and potted up some African violets I had rooted.
It did finally feel like we might get free of winter’s icy grip today. The sun seemed like a stranger. I want to shake my finger at it and say ,”Don’t ever go away so long again!”
I traveled to a favorite place, Longwood Gardens, in Kennett Square, PA, to celebrate and enjoy the first day of Spring, and my friend put me on a quest for the rare and elusive Blue Poppy that Longwood Gardens declared were now in bloom there. -see ‘gardening’
It’s official; Spring begins today at 1 this afternoon! My last post was utterly mistaken and the cold dug it its heels and would not budge an inch, as I had predicted. It actually seemed to taunt, but today is milder and there is sunshine-FINALLY!
I clung to the promise “While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.” Gen 8:22