TIME TO GROW
Welcome to my new website! There is still a lot to learn and I will be making adjustments as I go along. I was going to wait until everything was “just right” before I launched this new blog, but instead I’m jumping in and bringing you along for the ride! There will be plenty of time to grow. The first post in my original blog was for Five Minute Friday, so I thought it appropriate to begin this new one in the same way. Today’s word prompt is grow.
It’s interesting that the #FiveMinuteFriday word this week is grow, because I feel like that’s what I’m doing in many ways.
For awhile I have been wanting to do something different with my blog. I had grown tired of the design and some of the publishing problems I had. Of course, no platform is perfect so I am sure there will be problems with this one, too. But I am ready to move ahead, test the waters and begin to grow into a new stage.
Another form of growing is that of plants in a garden.
At the beginning of the day yesterday, my garden was full of growth. Unfortunately it was the wrong kind of growth. It was full of weeds and very overgrown, so much so that you could not even see the raised beds.
Bring in my daughter, Sara, of Liberated Landscapes!
She is a miracle worker. For Mother’s Day she gave me a coupon for getting my garden going. Yesterday she came and completely did away with the weeds all the way down to some very stubborn roots. Oh, they were growing very well. By the end of the afternoon, she had them all cleaned out, planted seeds and transplanted a few plants she had started at home.
I tell you, I was very excited!
I can hardly wait for the seedlings to poke their heads above the ground. Sure hope I can keep on top of the weeding and take care of my garden, a garden planted with love by my daughter.
What kind of growth are you experiencing?
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