Monday, May 27, 2013

a making moonday


Making things -- a sun and a moon and a flower garden. Unrolling unlabeled bundles, too. I'll have to go back to my autumn dye-pot posts to see what leaves these are. The colander plate is a new find -- the woman who made it says she uses hers for making sprouts.

Today is a waning moonday in Capricorn. Time to focus on things already begun. This feels good to me -- I'm ready to let go of starting new projects for a while. To stay home, to stitch and weed and unroll more dye bundles.

Wishing you a week of beauty and feeling at home wherever you are.


4 comments:

deanna7trees said...

what a beautiful garden.

the wild magnolia said...

the possibilities are endless, aren't they?!

the gardens are magic!

Nancy said...

Your garden is so lush and beautiful! I couldn't figure out the big deal about celery...until I read your words! A colander plate - how clever!

Peggy said...

Hi Deanna, thanks -- between the rock hard soil and the weather, it's hit or miss!

Wild Magnolia, yes! Possibilities combined with hope. ;)

Thanks, Nancy -- it's a cool little plate, nice for fruit, veggies and herbs.