Gray and rainy and Jason got called into work and so I am getting the boy here in a moment and maybe it'll clear enough so that we can go kick bamboo which is growing about a foot a day and no, that's not hyperbole, just the truth.
And so this is me, checking in, saying good morning to all on this drizzly day and I can feel the seeds in the garden swelling with life and wanting to break soil and I think we are all like that in some way- no matter our age, our position, our place in this life.
That's what I think.
Other than my sons, who've I've just shaken awake, you are the first I'll say good morning to! And sending love --ReplyDelete
Good morning. It is raining here and yes, the seeds are loving it as is every other living thing. I like rainy days.ReplyDelete
raining? wow, an office cubicle with no windows is like another planet.ReplyDelete
My peppers will appreciate this thing you speak of.
Elizabeth- Sweetly and gratefully received.ReplyDelete
Syd- Me too.
Magnum- Mine will too.
Good morning (now afternoon). It's fucking snowing here. The seeds here are dying. Laugh. Sorry. I'm on a downer.ReplyDelete
Good morning! I'm just checking in, too. I've been so busy being ill and looking after my sick babies that the internet has been a bit of a foreign land. Have fun kicking the bamboo with Owen! xReplyDelete
wanting to break soil!ReplyDelete
Yes yes yes.