“Nature composes some of her loveliest poems for the microscope and the telescope.”
― Theodore Roszak, Where the Wasteland Ends: Politics and Transcendence in Post-Industrial Society
It is quite lovely and I will cherish it.
I enjoyed seeing what was in bloom at my Moms' place so when I came home I decided I'd take some pictures of our Hawthorne Cherry tree that is in our front yard. Of course it was too dark to take them last night so I took them this afternoon. It's alive with bees and the leaves have started to "pop" out.
I wanted to share this photo of the shelving unit we found "curbside" that fits our cabinet space for storing our stockpile perfectly. We REALLY need a freezer bad - ours died several months back. IN TIME! I'm not putting ANYTHING on a credit card. We have that burden off our shoulders and I'm not ready to go back to that enslavement anytime soon.
I'm hoping the weather clears off tomorrow so that we can do some work in the back yard and vegetable garden.