falling into grace
It's the season of Fall where I live, and after such a tumultuous year, I am happy to say that I have not only survived but somehow thrived through the events that became 2020. It has not been an easy time for any of us of course, but, my oh my, the personal growth has been tremendous. And it just keeps going!
Our gardens have experienced a rough and also remarkable year as well! Relentless heat waves in the Valley have been the key player, even into Fall, and all hands have been on deck for this one! Through the diligence of my husband and I, along with the support of all the Nature Beings of the Land, the garden has continued to shine. It just took a lot more trust and patience in the process along with bucket loads of love and light!
The month of November will also be a tricky one, both in and out of the garden, as Nature's deep cleansing weather patterns will ramp up to the end of the year. And in this country we have a polarized election process going on as well, offering us the view of a broken system playing out in 3D glory! But, of course, the only way out is through, and we have to see it to heal it, and so we shall. I wish for all of you to have a blessed Fall season and that you may enjoy the final days of your garden shine. It will be the resting season soon...
Hi, I am Marianne and a lover of all things Nature! I love my gardens and I know you have that love of nature in you too!