I’m passionate about Gardening. I measure the depths of my love by the dirt under my nails and the sweat on my brow. It’s been a hobby, a love and a pastime since my youth.
Gardening, like life, is sometimes a messy business, but the rewards outshine the failures and the back strain. I’m happy to get up with the sun each day.
When I’m not gardening or working as a professional organizer, you’ll find me paper crafting, sewing or puttering around the house.
nirvana (nîr-vän, nr-)
noun: An ideal condition of rest, harmony, stability, or joy.
Reluctantly, but with a sure hand, I’m learning to garden like the Californian I’ve become, instead of longing for the English garden of my roots. We’re in year four of a severe drought. Some days that’s still hard, but I know it’s for the best. There are days I mother my children, days I mother the garden and days I mother myself. All three are a work in progress.
I’m glad you stopped by.
I also blog about organizing at Organized at Heart.