I can only do what I can do. Sometimes that’s breathing. It doesn’t feel like enough. Hope I’m up for gardening this spring.
My succulents, many of them, got kinda funky this summer with tall shoots and flowers. I thought it was pretty cool; figured it was because this is their third summer and they’re maturing. The flowers have dried up, so I googled whether or not to deadhead and, if yes, the best way to go aboutContinue reading “Sufferin’ Succulents!”
I love them! This is their third season. So easy!
It has been a really good day, relatively speaking, so I’m taking note. Pain has been low level, I had a little energy, got out of the house, and planted the last of my pots. (Pictured above, starting at the top and clockwise: African daisy, licorice, calibrachoa, and decorative oregano with a dracaena spike inContinue reading “Upside”
in my early years, I eschewed anything domestic. I didn’t cook, sew, or garden. As far as any attempt to care for indoor plants, fugget about it. In ’95 or ’96, my parents relocated to Arizona for a few years, and my mom gave me all her houseplants. They were beautiful and fairly large. TheyContinue reading “Growing”
Last night, my husband said, “Your medicine must have kicked in, because it’s like a switch has been flipped.” This is coming from a guy who used to hate the idea of me being on antidepressants. Over the years, he’s seen that I do have a chemical imbalance that results in severe depression when notContinue reading “Life in Color”