It is hard to believe that in two years Boo’s Garden will be ten years old! Never… in my wildest imagination did I think I would still be here… adding onto my project of love that started with
the support of so many-still growing-still blooming!
As a history teacher I am quite familiar with teaching “historical ” firsts. But like I reminded my students-we wouldn’t still be studying first settlements unless they had grown and changed the course of history by hard work, determination and perseverance -to follow a dream.
On a daily personal note the “firsts ” I love to observe these beautiful spring days are found in my neighborhood, yard and garden. It just makes me happy-Summerville becomes ” Fairy Land” in the spring and I pinch myself that I ended up in this amazing place I get to call home.
Let me share with you some of my favorite firsts on 100 Rainbow Road!
Jake’s Japanese Maple is the first to bloom this year-soon the other grandchildren’s will follow!
The wisteria has arrived-beautiful but tough for long-lasting relationships with trees and shrubs!
A happy first-the pollen is starting to finally depart as the freshest green leaves the oak trees will ever have … takes one’s breath away!
Doodle gave me red tip bushes years ago for a birthday present-left alone they have turned into gorgeous trees! A first!
So until tomorrow… Remind yourself how far we have come this first day of April 2021 and hug again.
“Today is my favorite day.”
Don’t forget to say ” Rabbit Rabbit ” and have an awe-inspiring month!