Except for Weeding, Which I Hate

I honestly don’t think I’ve gotten as much simple, day-to-day pleasure out of anything as I have out of gardening. I know it’s just the time of year, but it’s all I think about. Should I do this? What if we did that? Could we stick a something here? Will the other things come up there?

It makes me very happy.

2 thoughts on “Except for Weeding, Which I Hate

  1. Aunt B, I have just stumbled upon your blog and although I have not examined thoroughly, I want to give it five stars out of five just for the title alone!

    Tiny Cat Pants!

    I am looking forward to catching up with your blog posts and looking at your other pages now. Keep up the good work :-)

  2. I envy that in you, B., and stand in awe of it, too. I am going out on a limb here and say that I really don’t much like working in the garden. I like putting something in and having it come back the next year. I am amazed by fruit trees and seeds. But day to day pleasure in working it? I don’t have it.
    What gene is missing in my makeup? Or was it growing up in a forest, where everything just grows and you don’t cultivate.

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