If you follow me on twitter you'll have first hand knowledge that some of the days over Easter were fabulous for me. I had rare moments of complete calm and happiness being absorbed in some job or another and there being no one else around.
When is the last time you lay on your back, flat out, without giving a thought to how messy and fat you look? Just laying there eyes closed to the sun and listening to Nature's lullaby; the wind, the grass, the river behind, the chickens, the song birds, the distant traffic.... I have been doing it and I promise all worries melt away for a short while and you are just you, in a field, a part of the earth, stripped back to be just the same as everyone else.
To cheer me up today I am merely going to post some seedling photos. The stories and major improvements to the plots can wait until I am of a clearer mind and can write better.
|Those poor potatoes (well they're in now)|
|Broad beans - now these do cheer me up|
|My gorgeous Sweet peas - (thank you Anna)|
** For you, dear readers and friends who give me strength at times like these and remind me that I must listen to my body and...
"Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience."
Ralph Waldo Emerson