So Long, Sweet Summer

Did summer go by fast or what? (And this post is really really late!! Because fall flew by as well!)  I think it's because we didn't have much of a spring time transition this year. All of a sudden, it was summer. Though it feels like it slipped away so quickly, looking back on the…

Meal Planning

Trying to eat plant-based, non-processed, real FOOD and being organized pretty much go hand in hand. It's near impossible to make good food choices without a bit of prep work behind the scenes and some thinking ahead. Beautiful salads don't magically appear I'm afraid. I sure wish they did. So, with all this in mind,…

A Quiet Winter

Ah winter. Quiet, rest, hibernation. Those "activities" are generally my over-arching winter goals. Yes, I miss outdoors time and flowers and long hours of light and warm air. But the calming nature of winter, the spare beauty, and the indoor coziness just about make up for it. This particular winter was quite restful for me,…

Garden Centers: Southern New Hampshire

Memorial Day weekend is planting time for a lot of folks in New England, myself included. We actually got our veggies in last weekend, which is the earliest ever, so this weekend I focused on flowers! I managed to go to 8 garden centers between Saturday and Monday (for the blog, is what I told…

Welcome Spring

Who is ready for spring? *raises hand* I love yard work, gardening and just seeing the earth come back to life after a long winter. I love the return of the birds; hearing the different songs each morning. I love when the flowers start to come out, each one in due time: first the delicate…

My Garden Journal

As winter storm Stella rages on outside, my mind is drifting towards warmer thoughts. It's mid-March already and I am itching to get outside in the garden. Just the other day there was bare ground and I could see all the garden and yard clean up work that needs to be done. I love work…