Death and Rebirth by Suzanne Madron
So far, so good is my mantra these days. Each day brings with it a little more change, a little step forward, and I’ve learned to appreciate each of those incremental shifts of both my life and the garden from sunrise to sunset and night, from spring all the way to winter and back around again.
The garden has come full circle. The earth is more packed than last year, and it is now interspersed with established plants. The spot I liked to once sit in the curve of the stone wall, the space that got overrun with tomatoes last year, is now framed by a lavender bush. On the other side of the path is a rosemary that may or may not make it…
Read more in SEARCH Magazine‘s Enhancing Your Horizon issue.