“You are led through your lifetime by the inner learning creature, the playful spiritual being that is your real self.
Don't turn away from possible futures before you're certain you don't have anything to learn from them.”

~ Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull ~


Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Eeegads . . . I haven't been on blogger for awhile and wouldn't you know it . . . they changed the way things are set up.  What was wrong with the way it was . . . sigh . . . another learning curve.

I'm heading off to Sedona on Thursday and can't wait to share my experience with you. I'll be taking a Karuna Reiki class for three days, then one day shared with a friend, one day of a guided tour of the vortex sites and then back home again. I'm looking forward to the time away, although I'll miss my hubby and our furred and feathered babies. I must admit I'm a little trepidatious leaving 'him' with 'them' (let's face it - no one can take care of the kiddies or critters like their mommy can). As long as everyone is alive and well when I return home I'll be grateful for that.

I've been a busy bee in the yard and garden. Things are really starting to shape up and flowers are blooming. I have a few flower beds that still need to be weeded, trimmed and mulched, but the bulk of the work has been done. I'm hoping to plant some more flowers in my moon garden after my return along with a May Day tree that we'll be planting in Shelby's honor . . . sigh . . . Here are a few pictures of the garden . . . hope you enjoy!

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3 comments:

Winter Phoebe Dawson said...

This was a beautiful pick me up, thank you. By the way I thought the frog in the pot was real for a second. :-)

Suzanne said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!

Padhopper® said...

Love your garden! Have fun at your workshops!