I’ve been looking with admiration (read: frank jealousy) at all the beautiful photos in everyone’s gardening blogs, all the vibrant colour and lush green of spring. Even those of you in the southern hemisphere who are experiencing autumn are still enjoying lingering blooms.
Here…things aren’t quite so “flowery.”
(My hubby gets the photo credit on this one; he went out and took this shot yesterday while I was at work).
I think they finally waved off the heavy snowfall warning late last night. I’m looking out the window this morning and there are still white flakes coming down. Oh well…it’s very pretty, in a “did we sleep through spring and summer and it’s November again?” kind of way. And while the big bags of soil that my hubby picked up before the snow fell are not going to make their way into the garden any time soon, they are performing a vital service: acting as extra weight in the back of the truck to offer a bit more stability and traction on the icy roads.
And, of course, when the snow finally melts, the garden will surely POP!
See, I can do it – glass half full! 🙂