I awarded myself an extended vacation to relax and unwind from a hectic 2020. My spouse and assorted family members have spent the greater part of this summer chillin at our favorite escape. With the end of summer and the glamping season looming there is no time to waste.
While here I’ve spent some of my time hand stitching on my small canvases and a little bit of knitting.
I’m sad to say that this leg of our journey is almost over. With very little time left in the season I’m sure we will make at least two more visits to our LittleCabinIn The Woods.
I’ve been sharing oldie but goodie blog posts that were filed under the category: garden. These posts contain a photo history of the flowers and characters that have lived in my garden. While the flowers are responsible for adding color and fragrance the other items add humor as well as a touch of rustic art to my surroundings. Please enjoy this excerpt from my past!
August 17, 2015
There’s nothing like a quiet moment nestled in nature. The aromas, the melodies of the air and the fragrance of the earth are what set my mind at rest and my muscles to relax. I have a small piece of nature in my very own yard. This small piece is home to a variety of flowers, bushes, trees and a few carefully chosen pieces of art. I would like nothing more than to share a piece of my world with you. Here’s a view from my window.
I’ve been taking a trip down memory lane sharing posts from my archives. The stories selected have been from my What’s In Bloom series. I always love seeing and photographing the beauty of nature. Even though this post was originally shared five years ago I believe it’s worth a second look. Please enjoy!
July 30, 2013
My gardens are forever in transition. Almost every day a new bud explodes with magnificent color. My attempt to keep abreast of this activity has wavered. Although the parade of blossoms has not been evidenced through my recent postings, my camera’s shutter has been busily capturing as much activity as possible. To bring you up to date I have gathered together a library of photos. These images are but a sampling of all that has taken place.