So, you may or may not remember this, but about a year ago January I decided that I was going to go back and fill in all the history from my adventures when I had time. I have taken all these pictures, and for one reason or another, not all of that made it onto the blog. And that’s okay, you know, life happens. But the blog has really become my own historical documentation as much as it is a way to share, and I wish it were more complete for that reason. So, I decided that I would just go ahead and put posts up at the date those things would have happened and let them life in the history. At least they’re there for me to reference that way! 🙂
I thought that every once in awhile I might let you know that those were there, in case anyone felt inspired to check them out. So from time to time you’ll see a “You May Have Missed” post, and those will include links to new historical posts. For today, I’ve added in all the gardening posts from this current year that I meant to share and didn’t get a chance to. So it fills in some of the gaps of my progress on the Shed Garden and other things so far this year. I hope you’ll check them out!
On the journey to clearing up the garden before starting on the new project, the front garden got tidied.
All the blooms that showed themselves in my garden in April.
We had some fun trying to figure out how to design the bed next to the shed, and where to put the tree!
The tree peony I’ve had for nearly ten years finally bloomed, and it was magnificent!
You may have already seen this one, but it seemed wrong not to include it. All the blooms in my garden from May.
More blooms on a drizzly evening, and a beautiful sky, too.
The glacial progression toward having the entire garden cleaned up continues, with additions to the herb garden and new plants out the family room window.
Whew! That felt good!! I don’t know if it’s useful to others to read long-gone history, but it’s sure nice for me to have that documented. You can think of it like catching up with your scrapbooking. You want to keep those records, and sometimes you have to go back and fill in!
Do you scrapbook or journal or otherwise keep your history written down?