Come walk with me, 6 feet apart. Mar25 by plumdirt Cilantro. The way my mom likes it (bolted and on its way to being coriander.) A neighboring plot reaching for the sky with a riot of color. “Aww, gimme a hug” to its finished friend while it feeds a bee. Peppers considering their next move. Tomatoes racing to catch the peas. AdvertisementShare this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
I’ve enjoyed my walks, even more than usual. I haven’t been on my bike in over a week; either the weather hasn’t been conducive or I’ve just been too busy to carve out a time to ride during the day. I can walk at night, which has been lovely. Love your shots, especially that busy bee in the poppy.
I got on my bike yesterday, or was it the day before, for the first time in ages. My daughter is without training wheels just this past week (yay!) so she’s fast enough for non-walking company.
Our rides are often shorter for now and I need to remember that when she asks that it’s not a big time commitment.
Oh, that’s sweet. It’s big news, the losing of those trainers. And also, mama back on the bike!
Beautiful photos. Like you, I feel fortunate to live in a climate that allows me to easily get out of the house and enjoy the yard. I hope you and yours are safe. Be well!
We are and I hope the same for y’all. I’m soaking up this spring before summer really arrives, as I’m sure you are!
I think summer is here. 🙂
Shhh… it’ll hear you! 😉
We dont see vibrant life like that here (yet) so Im glad I could join the walk.
I hope the sap starts running and the buds start breaking for you shortly.