Let me tell you about some of the bliss that I have followed. A couple of posts ago I was complaining about the Georgia winters and then discovering the wonderful intriquing shapes of the bare trees. I started taking pictures of them and in looking at them I was reminded of Bonsai trees and started researching them. Of course I need to be thrifty in going about this new hobby so i found out how to start my own trees from seeds and cuttings. Of course this has to be done in the spring so I have been putting time into that so I wouldn't have to wait till next spring or struggle and not succeed because I was trying to do it in the wrong season. See the photo above of cutting that is being rooted.
I've also been trying to capture some of trees and landscapes with lots of character because the trees are bare. I put together this college of this old restored plantation house with it's trees with large pieces of bark missing from where the peacocks used to roast.
Of course being spring I've been working hard to get my gardens going. This year almost everything I plant I will have started from seed (except the roses and azaelas) Most are already started and are ready to be planted or are planted or will be ready to be planted when they are supposed to be planted. This is a first for me, both in growing from seed and having them ready on time, ironically this is due to my structured goals the last couple of months. I have been frequenting the local garden centers, not to buy but to enjoy the flowers.
I was also asked to take picture at the birthday party for our women's society at church. I took lots of pictures and edited 28 to make the collage. I took the pictures on a Thursday and had the collage done the next Sunday. Pretty impressive,huh?
All in all this has bee a pretty enjoyable month so far, but I'm already starting to plan more goals but that is for another blog.