Sunday, October 12, 2008

pale purple pining

This weekend was spent indoors, mostly in front of the computer, finishing up many small projects and tasks that had reach the end of the deadline rope. I should be grateful for busyness. Our lives are uncertain and knowing that so many people still want my work and my help is reassuring. But I long for a few more moments in the garden, zooming in on the smallest of details; the smell of the moist dirt, the lingering morning dew, and the vivid hues of summer's last flowers. There should be a time for everything.

8 comments:

  1. gardening is the kind of activity you want to be able to lose yourself in and while away the hours. it has it's own time table in the nicest way. i hope you can find time to tend to your garden very soon, but in the meantime you have such lovely photos as a reminder.

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  2. I'm so glad you're able to enjoy the pleasure of knowing you're sought after, that's the most thrilling thing, but yes, I do agree, I wish there was time for everything!

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  3. hi i stumbled upon your blog through the city sage, great posts and layout. i've already clicked on many of your links, great variety. i will visit your etsy shop too! congrats on becoming an american citizen, officially that is! see you soon.....

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  4. such pretty purple pictures lotta--just lovely.

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  5. there should be...I hope you get your garden time soon...xxoo

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  6. indeed, more time to smell the flowers. enjoy. and congratulations on the features below! well deserved. love your idea of kind deeds for 29 days. a simply lovely sentiment.

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