That Lazy Moment

It's a Tuesday afternoon. Only 3 people in the room, and work ends in 1.5 hours. I better get things done.

So I am thinking;

If words were like a ring toss game, I'd toss a handful & they suit themselves to wooden dowels & get arranged. I am challenging myself to produce another written work because my client needs it. I love and dislike it at the same time.

But I am a writer, and I will deliver. Despite this bout of laziness. Get up, lady. Yes you. Alright.

Garden Reverie

Things have been blooming a lot in my garden and I took time to document how they are growing well. Roses, palms, white grape, little bamboo and some other new species have flourished again after some time.

Here are some images of them:

Many things grow in the garden that were never sown there. ~Thomas Fuller

First, let me introduce a beautiful accident in the backyard... I didn't plant it at all; it just sprouted and grew, flowered and developed a tiny marble sized speck that is a baby watermelon! I think it's a sweet 16 variety, common to the locality. I have "big" hopes though that I will be an owner of a full grown watermelon in a month.

This old vine is one of the most neglected member of my garden. But it always bears its yellow green berries. White grape and a sour one too, LOL. I love watching these green globes get transparent in the daylight.

Wow, my newest pick. A big rose this is. I don't know her name, I just call her Miss Rose. I'd probably let this sit on a bigger pot.

A fragrant bunch, old variety but a very busy bloomer. When you want your garden to smell nice, plant this one.

More gardening quotes:

One of the most delightful things about a garden is the anticipation it provides. ~W.E. Johns, The Passing Show

There is no gardening without humility. Nature is constantly sending even its oldest scholars to the bottom of the class for some egregious blunder. ~Alfred Austin

The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. ~ Marcel Proust