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Quote of the Day: Elizabeth David

April 11th, 2010

“Every day holds the possibility of a miracle.”
~ Elizabeth David

This time of year the garden changes daily, new things are blooming and the world is coming alive. Every time I got outside I see something new and exciting. The world of brown is being transformed into a world of color each and every day. Here are a few shots from my garden this past week.

I’m certainly enjoying this lovely time. Spring is the best time for gardening, the weather is perfect, it’s exciting, there are few weeds and all the chores are fun. I’m making sure to enjoy the most of these early days in the garden. Soon enough the drudgery of weeding and the hot sticky weather will be upon us.

What miracles are happening in your garden this week?

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  2. denise on April 11, 2010 at 9:40 am

    well, if it will warm up – much more.
    .-= denise´s last blog ..the words i would say =-.

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  3. Meredith on April 11, 2010 at 2:50 pm

    Those photos are so amazing. The shot of the tulip just blew me away. :)
    .-= Meredith´s last blog ..focus: week fourteen =-.

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  4. Ginko on April 14, 2010 at 11:03 pm

    Thanks for showing the beauty that you’ve seen in your eyes. Remind me: What a wonderful world it is that we inhabit.

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