END MARCH

The TwoWritingTeachers.com March challenge to blog everyday and comment on other posts ends today. I did not post every single day, for various reasons, but I have enjoyed the reflective moment of doing a slightly revised free write in the evening.

Spring has warmed up and I can sit at my writing desk with my window open to the backyard so that Smoky can watch birds. I can look out with some satisfaction on a lantern bush that finally got planted in the ground after too long a stay in a pot.

Of historical note is that I moved my heritage strawberry plants out of the old fir drawer that has been their planter for — years.

When I separated them, and put them in fresh dirt inside the catio, there are 15 plants in the three clumps. Several are just beginning to bloom. The squirrels, birds, raccoons, possum, and rats will not be munching on them anymore.

It has been a good day of getting things done; buying paint, fixing banners, taking mom out to a coffee shop.

Writing about the insignificant, but with great gratitude.

3 thoughts on “END MARCH”

  1. I love this post. I think our insignificant things can be the most important in at any given moment. Thankfulness always makes the sun shine on things. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I love this post! And your strawberries reminded me of the patch my mom cultivated beside our house when I was in high school. She had a great garden then, and the strawberry patch was an important part of it. Thanks for calling up that happy memory for me! ❤

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