Winter Chores Part Two

We are using the term “winter” loosely in this part of the world right now!  Even though we still have six more weeks until the official start of spring, we are enjoying spring-like conditions here in north Texas.  We are taking advantage of the weather to prepare for the true arrival of spring.  It won’t be long until the garden is awash in the fresh greens, blues and yellows of spring.  Until that happens, work continues on the potting shed, the new arbor entrance in Asher, and the assault on winter weeds.  The Canada geese continue their daily visits to the garden, and after another bountiful rainfall yesterday, they will have even more excuses to cruise the landscape!

Shabbat Shalom!

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Maria Wennberg on February 4, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    Thank you Pam. I can see and smell the new growth, the beauty of those first blossoms, and the smell of the earth. I love to see the Canadian geese and am glad they’re hangin around. They have discovered a place of refreshing. Let each of you rejoice and work in new strength, may your labor be so abundantly blessed with the joy of our God. Your very words ignite the desire to see the gardens start all over again. Amen!!! Maria

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  2. Posted by Tommi on February 4, 2012 at 6:56 pm

    Hi Pam,

    Your winter looks very delightful. We had 14 inches of snow here in Colorado Springs…but today the sky is blue and the sun is shinning brightly. I like your chores….ours consists of shoveling… 🙂

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