Monthly Archives: May 2012

Swear by the green of the spring that you’ll never forget

It is Memorial Day, and my first day off in weeks.  Today is a day for remembering the fallen, and all of those who served this country.  My mind turns to my grandfather, who served in WW II, and who … Continue reading

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With the flowers come the bees

This is one of the most common insects I see in my garden and at the dayjob.  I recall being terrified of bees as a child.  Absolutely, mind-numbingly terrified.  And then I decided I wanted to be a gardener for … Continue reading

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Garden Yoga

I moved my weeding day to yesterday, as my consultation meeting was canceled and so I had a half hour to spend in my garden.  And oh, did that ever do wonders for my mood. I got home and got … Continue reading

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Tell me, is the madness catching?

Oh, my.  This weekend.  I don’t even know how to describe it.  Maybe hellish would be a good word.  Friday was ridiculous, and I lost my cool a little, but my coworkers are awesome people and were totally understanding.  I’m … Continue reading

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Drowning in green

I started the morning with this today.  Just the first of many cups of coffee– I think it was four by the end of the day, and it still didn’t feel like enough.  I’m exhausted.  It’s the constant go, go, … Continue reading

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The plants are everywhere

I definitely love my dayjob, but this week was definitely one of the more overwhelming ones I’ve had.  It’s like someone flipped a switch somewhere, and now everyone needs their plants.  We got a lot of trucks in all at … Continue reading

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