Autumn came and went, we had a little rain
My granddaughter cut and stacked wood for me
the lovely apples from my seedling tree were harvested
reflections of opposing windows
turned my bedroom into a jungle
the cows broke through the fence into the paddock
behind my garden
a last carpet of gold on the way to my plastic surgeon
sorry, no face lift, just a cyst removed from my eyelid
and a doughnut plastered on my face
my globe artichokes have been a dream and are still producing
in the darkest part of the year
and plentiful fruits of the forest . . . yum
my garden keeps me in potatoes, spinach, chard, silver beet,
globe artichokes, Jerusalem artichokes with beetroot, radishes
and broad beans thriving
even with some very painful and expensive root canal treatments
as well as the death of my 24 year old, much beloved car,
LIFE IS GOOD
Off to the desert again tomorrow.
Who knows, I may put up another post on my return.
Stay happy and enjoy the life you have.
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