Saturday, March 24, 2012



Spring has finally arrived and oh, how delicious is the warmer air and the blue sky...



Soon the fields will be planted... our own new raised beds in the garden are being lavished with compost and seeds. A new strawberry bed is just ready to take the plants we've been saving for it.


There is no season more hope-filled than spring, and I am so very ready for it!

Packets of seeds lay on the counter-top... 
dill and bachelor buttons, sweet peas and mesclun mixes await.



What a season of miracles, with fresh beauty opening right before our eyes.


I am reminding myself to stop and enjoy every bit of joy now, because I am learning a heart lesson: it's all so fleeting. We must soak it in and be thankful today, this very moment, because time rushes by and spring, like everything else, vanishes quickly.

3 comments:

Jeri Landers said...

WOW, and I thought that I had a lot of daffodils!
You are so right about living in the moment, enjoying the little things in life in the here and now. Spring is a perfect time to sit back and just take it all in.

Debbie said...

Lovely photos as always, Sharyn ;- ) You use your artistic eye wonderfully behind the camera! TFS!

Sara said...

Wow what a glorious sight...those rows of yellow daffodils!