Sunday, December 13, 2020

Seek Every Day Magic

 This morning I got a bee in my bonnet and next thing you know I was tearing apart the t.v. room, taking down curtains for washing, rearranging, organizing, dusting, etc.  Of course, it turned into an all day affair.

Thankfully, I only have to step out on the balcony to experience a bit of every day magic.
Love how the coriander sprouts are starting to look like cilantro.
The cantaloupe is changing in appearance but not really getting any bigger.
Moss rose, pretty in pink.
Not just any old fly, but common just the same.
The common green bottle fly.

The single overriding objective in wellness is creating constant personal renewal where we recognize and act on the truth that each day is a miraculous gift, and our job is to untie the ribbons. That's the Law of Esprit: living life with joy.

(Greg Anderson)

Sunday blessings,


Dee said...

Love the photos.

I had one of those crazy organizing/cleaning spurts on Saturday. Got a lot of drawers organized.

Wishing you a restful Sunday afternoon.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Tammy,
Wow, what a lovely post with excellent, magazine worthy photos!
With Greg Anderson you and I can underline that feeling about true joy.
That bottle fly looks like a precious jewel...
The cantaloupe not sizing up might have to do with a lack on certain foods for it. A grower knows what is needed and they can easily add it to their soil for a larger quantity of produce. We just marvel at the miracle of something, anything growing in a pot... it is no comparison however.
For growing produce, that looks healthy, tastes good and is juicy and full size it takes quite some knowledge as it is a lot of science, of understanding what they need and when and how they best can absorb it etc.
Nevertheless, to you it remains a special little joy and you don't need to make a living off growing produce.
Love the cilantro at the stage of 'writing' its own name clearly!

Betsy said...

These are amazing photos Tammy. I love them all but strangely, the one that fascinates me the most in the cantaloupe! It looks like a whole ribbon of chains is forming on it! Your balcony garden is so ALIVE!

linda said...

I would love get some motivation to have a cleaning spurt like that, the photos are amazing it must be lovely to sit out on your balcony.

Soma @ said...

What a beautiful post and wonderful photos. I love when the sprouts start to form the "grown-up" leaves. Only then I can tell if it is a weed or the plant I meant to grow from seed.


Angie said...

Tammy - renewal is so critical; it does require some force of will to take the time to do it!

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