The Gardener comes to a fork in the road and a kitchen sink.
Glorious weather brings me outside from dawn to late afternoon. Spring is a busy season for us gardeners – more so than summer, autumn, and a few weeks of winter. So, to take a break from the tending of plants, containers, soil, and wildlife, I went out for a long walk. Much to my surprise, I see that my neighborhood is experiencing an increase in the creativity during these past COVID months. Some of what I’ve seen is offered here. I hope you enjoy, appreciate, are amused by, and/or feel kinship with the deep urge to find beauty and humor amid the onslaught of trauma in our world today.
2 thoughts on “Neighborhood Gardens, Part 4”
It is nice to see creativity appearing – maybe due to more flex time on one’s hands. Now, where is the spoon that ran away with the moon?
Lol!! No doubt I’ll see a spoon one of these days!