Welcome to the final month of 2021... whew, what a year!
All on the Planet at this time are shifting and changing and evolving into the Light, and it's been a wild ride indeed! The Partial Lunar Eclipse in late November was a potent one, and the message I received was perfect for these times. The message said, "We release what no longer serves us into the dark, as we step into the Light!" This is happening everywhere on the Planet, and even Mama Gaia herself is cleansing and releasing so she may carry more of that beautiful Light! Here in the garden, the flowers are shining with their final splash of Color and Light before season's end. It's been an amazing year, and sometimes a hard one too, as the garden has learned to evolve in the midst of a changing Earth. All the plants, trees and flowers here have been transforming from their old blueprints into something new. They are adapting to carry more Light, and it has been a challenging one at times. But the Devas, Nature Faeries and I have been supporting them all along the way, and the garden has still been full of abundance, even in the midst of these challenges The food and flowers are full of Light, and we are blessed...
My wish is that each of you may find your own way through these challenging times so you too can carry the Light.
Every candle is needed at this time!
Much love to all of you and here's to an amazing 2022!
We are in the midst of the most exquisite Fall Days here in the Eastern Sierra! The bright, sunny days and clear blue skies are such a welcome change after all the smoke we endured in late summer. And now our world is Golden again! Here in the Fall garden, the flowers are smiling in cool days and crisp autumn nights. The final season's bulbs-Toad Lilies, Narcissus, and Fall Crocus- are up and blooming big! We look forward to them every year and this year they're amazing. Our Runner Beans are still busy making beans and the fall lettuce is crisp and sweet. And we still have plenty of garden tomatoes left and even some basil too, so I'm busy in the kitchen making fresh pasta sauce and pesto! I will miss that most of all when the garden season is over.
As Steve and I move into our Thanksgiving holiday, we are both so grateful for the abundance we've received this year. It's been a challenging season in the garden to be sure, yet it was still so fruitful. I think that's how life is for everyone right now. We have to look for those gifts in the midst of our challenges. May you all receive gifts in the midst of your own challenges and may they be more fruitful than you could have ever imagined! See you in the garden...
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!