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garden of weeden

In the garden of weeden.

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It was a grey morning and the humidity hung thick in the air as I headed out to the big garden to sit and drink my morning coffee.

I rather like the overcast mornings in the garden because the colors seem so vivid and saturated and the camera loves it too.

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As I head down the path my furry companions follow along.

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TC stops to wander through the garden and Betsy settles in at my feet.

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Eventually That Cat jumps up on the bench next to me and hugs me with his paw.

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As I sat there on the bench I thought back to this spring when

I planted a section of wildflower seeds.   This is where flowers and weeds would spring forth harmoniously and it would be ok.

Silly me, somehow I thought the weeds would remain contained to that one area.

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Like a metaphor of life.

Sometimes the weeds take over, your path gets covered and plants pop up unexpectedly.

I find that if  I see and hear with my heart, I discover the beauty hidden among the weeds.

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The birds,bees and other flying, crawling creatures certainly don’t mind that I have weeds.  So why should I?

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The humming birds dart through the waist-high maze and find flowers to their liking.

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Here is hoping you are finding some beauty hidden among the weeds.

See you later, bye!

Kim

9 thoughts on “garden of weeden

  1. I especially love the tattered butterfly. I think so often I feel that way-yet, there is still beauty, and still so much I am thankful for!

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