Tuesday Tidbits #73

Hello and Welcome In… I had another whole post written and was about to publish it… but instead Flower Therapy for the win.

This is where I go to clear my head.

Clearing our heads is what we need… not a bunch of chatter from me…!

I wish for those who can not get out to enjoy these roses for just a minute.

I don’t have lots of answers for our total situation but I do know when I sit in my garden and listen to the birds… all the craziness stops for just a little while.

So I hope our gardens bring you some peace today.

And with the morning sunrise starts a new day… where we can take care of us. And that’s what’s important. Taking care of us …so that our brand new tomorrow will come!

38 thoughts on “Tuesday Tidbits #73

  1. We can and do go out still, but there’s nothing hat comes even close to that beauty you show here: you have a gorgeous garden! Thanks for taking me there.
    Stay healthy,
    Pit

    1. Yes we are able to walk our neighborhood trails. Thank goodness! Social distancing is working but I hope it does not turn into social isolation.
      Happy Tuesday!

    1. Isn’t it funny how “everyone” and not just us retired folks are forgetting what day it is!

      Glad it was peaceful for you! It was my intent.
      Stay well!

  2. Your garden is beautiful, and I appreciate the break from reality. We went to recycling today and then drove around town, but we probably shouldn’t have because it was pretty depressing to see everything closed and shuttered. I like your roses better. 🙂

    1. we did that not too long ago to a busy Cowboy resort town out here… and I too got depressed when I saw it was a ghost town.
      The news is starting to become a bit more hopeful… lets pray it stays that way!

  3. Nancy, I love your garden and what a perfect place to listen to birdsong! It would be a pleasure to join you in this beautiful space. The roses are stunning my friend, you have the magic touch.

    Wishing you a most wonderful week. Stay well!

  4. Such a beautiful space you have! I agree that getting outside and taking in nature is helpful. There is no magic wand but it reminds us of all that is good in the world.

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