Tuesday, May 6, 2008

A Spring Meadow

There is almost too much to keep up with. How will I ever find the time for a real job.

It is time though to devote scheduled set days to my clients. If I have to restart my own business, I need to get out there and present myself.

I could stay busy all day, every day on this mountain. That is a nice thought. I'll think it. Aaahh, that was nice.

A burn spot marks an afternoon of clearing out dead trees, fallen trees and fallen branches in my part of the meadow. We want to be able to skip through the meadow, not trip; though I have certain friends......

I am also having second thoughts about what I want to do with the boulders in the bottom of the meadow. Will it still be a snake in the grass?


Frances, said...

This is a busy time for the gardeners, hired or for free. Are the purples honesty or dame's rocket? Or something else?

Lisa at Greenbow said...

A gardeners work is never done. Good luck on your job search. I hope you get real busy. The walls on that cabin need to be finished. The meadow is looking very inviting for a walk through.

Christopher C. NC said...

After some confusion, I believe this is the Dames Rocket, Hesperis matronalis. What I saw down in the dumping area last week with a more rosy pink color is likely the Lunaria rediviva. Apparently the two are often confused.

Lisa I am almost amazed at how busy I stay. I have to remind myself, "you're building a house dummy. Duh."

Mr. McGregor's Daughter said...

I can see why you'd lose yourself in that field - it's lovely.