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Hi Carolyn - what a great quote, especially as armchair gardening's to the fore at the moment.My muse has turned to a pictorial poem with a watery theme this month - I hope you like it
Hi Carolyn - hope that you enjoy this first day of February. My GBMD muse is posted and can be seen here : http://greentapestry.blogspot.com/2009/02/gbmd-snowdrop-time.html
Hi - done my Muse - you can find it herehttp://patientgardener.wordpress.com/2009/02/01/garden-bloggers-muse-day-february-2009/I like your muse - very true
Not sure if more pests can be controlled from inside, but I sure like the idea of trying and at least I can't see them from inside:)
And, most probably, "truer words couldn't be said." Happy Muse Day! My post is up. :-)
Good morning Carolyn.I like your February musing. It's right up my alley, warm fire and seed catalogs in February. Just posted mine.Ann
How rude of me Carolyn - I forgot to comment on your muse and do apologise. I think that Nelly Turner hit the nail right on the head as far as February gardening activities are concerned. I do like the thought of hand-to-hand combat in the garden - it conjures up all sorts of weird and wonderful images.
Yes, one month closer to spring ~ yea! Happy February Muse Day, Carolyn. My muse ~ also with thoughts of spring.
Thats how i like to do battle!
I have to remind myself that we are one month closer to spring - the snow is deep, deep, deep on our fields. But the catalog inspired visions are full of color and glory. My MDP is up too - www.commonweeder.blogspot.com
This photo is certainly a sight for winter worn eyes. Looking forward to spring.
Hello, I'm very new here. I have posted a poem, I hope you like it. It's about - well, I guess that's obvious!
Armchair gardening and dreaming are splendid activities in which we all engage. Love your muse, Carolyn. Longing for spring I am.~~Dee
My Muse Day posting is up. Just a day late, though. Your quote is appropriate this month considering how many gardeners are snowed in right now. JanAlways Growing
Sounds like a good plan!
Love the quote--sounds like something you would say, Carolyn. My muse has been missing in action in recent months but I do plan to start participating in GBMD again soon.
Thank you all for visiting and leaving your pithy comments. I'll be over to read them.
What a beautiful picture. That picture makes me want to get out my paints it is so pretty. Hope you don't mind me stopping by.Debbie
Hi Carolyn, I've been 'mute' for 'muse' day...sorry:)I like the quote, and she is probably right in her statement. If we plan better and learn more about what we're planting in the environment we live in, things will probably work in a balanced way! I will post late, or just wait until March.Can I copy your Muse Day button and add it to my blog? I noticed it on ShadyG's blog.
Well I like how you worded the title firsssst of all. your posting was quite interesting, but is that really how it is?? Well Im sure that its really good so I hope nothing changes its really kool :)Garden
Your quote reminds me of something I read in Little House in the Ozarks (it's a collection of Laura Ingalls Wilders newspaper columns, which she wrote before she wrote the Little House books) - where she talks about how her favorite winter activity is to sit by the fire and plan her garden.