I went out determined to make amends for my negligence, but realized my negligence worked to my benefit. Each little disk had plumped perfectly to fill a compartment. I pinched off pieces of my smaller succulents and just set them in the soil. By spring, they’ll be ready to pot.
Plus, they look cool, these vintage mini gardens.
During the wet and gray rains, though I miss the sun, I always have the Son. Though I miss the warmth of the sun, I always have the warmth of the Son’s love. And though I miss the light from the sun, I always have the Son, who is the Light of the world.
Maybe winter ain’t so challenging after all.
You should go listen to this cute song I just discoverd…'Hello Sunshine' by barlowgirl! Fits your thoughts perfectly… Let in the SONshine! Had to share with you…very upbeat cute melody that well, just reminds me of you as well! 🙂 (Downloaded the mp3 free on amazon)
I'm with you – backscratchers are so not my thing!!
Jill, as far as I understand the term is interchangable. They are fun, but I still manage to kill quite a few every year. Funny thing, a few of the snipped pieces that I didn't put in soil were left in a pie tin. It filled with rain, they all sprouted roots, so I will be able to drop them in the ground the next sunbreak! One thing you gotta love about your weather – it can be 40 below and the sun is STILL shining! And, yes, I really, really, really miss naptime! I used to get so much done!
I love succulents, sedums, whatever.. are they the same thing? I don't know! But wish I could grow anything outside right now.. We have greatly enjoyed our sunshine here all week long. School is promptly dismissed after lunch and the girls have played out till dark almost each night while the boys both take their long afternoon naps… ahhh my favorite time of day!
Hey, it's the antique tub! 😀 lovely little blooms. Enjoy the Son,
That's mom. As soon as the sun comes out for a few minutes, mom yells"Sun break!!!", and she's outside.