Be joyful even though you have considered all the facts...practice resurrection. -Wendell Berry

Friday, May 10, 2013

green and pink and white

columbine, ready to bloom.
bleeding heart.

a neighbor, enjoying the lawn.
this is one of the latest, longest, most beautiful springs i can remember.
freshly mown grass and mulched flower beds.

still waiting for a bit of work to be done here in CT,
so the house is not quite yet on the market.

patience.
it is the bane of my existence.
*sigh*

p.s. today vermont became the first state to require GMO labeling.
another reason to love the green mountain state.
:-)

8 comments:

  1. Congratulations to VT for its brave step. Hope this will encourage others to follow.
    Your garden in CT looks beautiful.
    Keep the faith, Karen. It WILL happen.

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  2. The fruit of your hard work WILL drop, my friend.
    Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures of your beautiful spring.
    Blessings,

    Jeanneke.

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  3. Beautiful photos, Karen. You blog heading took my breath away!
    Your CT house looks fabulous and I can't believe it won't sell quickly. Sending you good thoughts.... xo

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  4. Ours has been cold so it's lovely to see your post of spring, thank you xxx

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  5. Enough to turn you into a "spring person?" :-) I have never seen the flowering trees and shrubs as beautiful as they are this year - it is a treat - perhaps natures nod to your patience.

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  6. Gorgeous spring photos! I love pink and green. And all the other colors as they appear.

    I agree that patience is hard, but you'll get there!

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  7. This is indeed an amazing spring! Your yard looks lovely!
    I'm grappling with patience too - the house is on the market because we are up against such a crazy deadline but fear and impatience have set in.

    We just have to trust things will work out as they're meant to, in their own time. I don't know what else to do, personally.

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