Snippets from my garden…
It’s January in Ohio. – The middle of winter, normally freezing cold with snow and ice. We have definitely been enjoying the occasional stretch of unseasonably warm temperatures. As a result, my plants are a little confused. Above is the greenery that I planted in August. I am surprised by how big it has gotten and that it is still around.
Below are my treasured cacti. Yes, cacti in Ohio! I was very excited to receive these as a gift. I have one left in my house that I adore. These took off after I planted them back in August. I wasn’t sure how they would do in the winter, it is a trial and error session. However, they are still going…
(Any gardening tips are much appreciated!)
A gorgeous sunset yesterday prompted me to pause my workout to attempt to capture it.
Within those brief few moments, there was silence, stillness, calm, and a sense of relaxation.
(…and of course, gratitude.)
This is one of my all time favorite pictures. I snapped this six short years ago… My son and my mother-in-law’s cat, “cat-napping” on the couch. Total relaxation. ❤
This cat. ❤
I set this box on the floor and within seconds, she claimed it as her own.
Relaxed and content.
Oh to be a cat!
It’s time to officially start decorating for Christmas!
It’s Thanksgiving break here and my son and I decided to start slowly decorating for Christmas. I love hanging ornaments on the window valences and began pulling ornaments out of storage.
Ten years ago, I received these ornaments from a sweet lady for Christmas. It was a gift of gratitude and I have treasured these ornaments ever since.
Monday Morning Sunrise.
A new day, a new week, filled with possibilities…
It doesn’t get more magical than that.
This week’s theme is Chaos.
My front yard embodies the essence of this word. Almost overnight, a blanket of leaves covered my lawn and garden.
I must say, it’s quite beautiful to witness a slight wind rustle the branches of the trees, causing groups of leaves to rain down. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to capture that sight on film.