Friday, July 14, 2017

By the Woods - Looking for Energy

Morning sunflower under bird feeder
Many flowers still not blooming, may be the continual dampness by the woods.
I have yearned for Sweet Peas, ordered seeds, mixture of colors, feeding and watering
and finally a bloom.   Hoping they spread, remember so well the vines in the grandmother's garden.
Once again trying this drink, in the blender early morning, blueberries, strawberries, cherries,
1/2 banana, almond milk, manuka honey and flax seeds.  Just a small amount of each and
half the scoop of Green Vibrance.   Split it between 2 glasses, one for breakfast and the other later
with Ensure.

4 comments:

Candace said...

What is it about sweet peas? I, too, remember them in my Grandmother's garden. Hollyhocks(grown along the back fence) also evoke my Grandmother's garden. Perhaps because they are not as widely seen now days? At least not seem here in Western Colorado.

My Journey To Mindfulness said...

Candace, I smile - so much rain that not much is doing good...

Judy said...

I planted 3 sunflowers as back ground for my Zinnias, Not a one came up.
I have two planters of Sweet Peas, lots of vines, so buds.
For 10 out of the 15 years I've been here, I tried to grow Holly Hocks. None ever lived.

Wisewebwoman said...

My mother grew sweet peas mixed with real peas on our back fence. Every time I smell them I think of her.

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