What a treat to see my little envelope from Sharon and Renee sitting in my chair when I came home from work yesterday. It is for becoming one of the first 100 members of the "Grimy Hands Girls' Club". I so look forward to going out this morning to get my hands dirty planting the pesto basil seeds. I love the smell of fresh basil. Sharon's note cards are really sweet and filled with neat looking garden tools. DH asked me how I'd like to go up that ladder with only a stick holding it up. No thanks. I have a hard enough time going up ladders as it is. :-)
I have enjoyed Sharon's writings and artwork
since I first found her in the premier issue of
Country Living Gardener in 1999.
From Renee's Gardens I am planning to order a bonus pack of 'Cat Treats, Mixed Gourmet Greens' for our four feline girls.
Gardening is a big part of my life. It is wonderful therapy, when you are well or ailing, whether it's in your body, mind or spirit. I look forward to going out in the mornings to see what's happening. This morning we have fog.
Have a wonderful Palm Sunday.
"I think that no matter how old or infirm I may become,
I will always plant a large garden in the spring.
Who can resist the feelings of hope and joy
that one gets from participating in nature's rebirth?"
Edward Giobbi Zone 10 ~ s.e. FL
Zone 10 ~ s.e. FL