It all started about a week ago. My nightly walks were making me feel a little too out-of-sorts kinda sore. Then BAM. Within a week I was in full throttle sick-with-bronchitis. What in the world?!
I haven’t been sick in… years? So this one caught me completely off guard. I was even doing MORE moves during my walking, thinking my joints were seizing up! Bring out the ginger tea…
But today the sun broke out… which is major MAJOR news around here. So I pushed (shuffled) myself around the block at a snail’s pace regardless.
I just know I have to keep up the walking. There is definitely a new lightness to my step these days, so I know it’s building strength. I’ve even been going in the rain, carrying a big ‘ol fat umbrella.
I mean… tulips in bloom!
And sunken treasure like props.
You’ve seen this little area before. I called it the Farmer’s Market junk flowerbed.
But it sure takes on new meaning with tulips!
I’m personally still astonished some gardening has already been accomplished, starting with that tulip tray raised flowerbed. So glad that small section got done.
But I hadn’t yet ventured into weeding the entire front yard due to all. our. rain. And all the flowerbeds need newly cut edges to ramp things up again.
Have you tried my edging flowerbeds like a pro method yet? Oh, it so works…
So I had a little chat with myself…
So I worked with JUST THAT in mind.
Guess there are some perks to all that rain after all…
And with a quick rearrangement of some garden junk and a new bird house focal point, I was pretty happy to accomplish this pretty garden vignette!
I had just woken up from a sunlight filled nap in the bedroom and was truly inspired to accomplish something small.
I’m beginning to think, thinking small is really where it’s at, I think!
And I did use my canon point and shoot (with no GASP tripod!) for this blog post because it was easier.
See? I was good to myself!
But thanks to those blooming tulips, this small accomplishment in the sunshine appeared to have done far more for me than any meds could have!
What’s currently in bloom in your yard?