Dan started planting our garden this week. Well, what he actually did was plant seeds in little containers and carefully arrange them on shelves in his new portable green house. He will transplant them into the garden when they are big enough to mature on their own. There are pansies and nasturtiums and johnny-jump-ups for the flower beds, and snap peas, a variety of lettuces, and green beans for the vegetable beds.
I’m impatient for summer. I’m hungry for the blueberries, raspberries, and marion berries warm off the vines, for tomatoes that ripen faster than we can eat them. I’m eager for…
Clouds or sun, rain or shine, bad news or good, I don’t want to waste a single day. I have way too much living to do.
Today. And tomorrow. And for many, many tomorrows to come.
“All the flowers of all the tomorrows
are in the seeds of today.”