Rocks in the House
Sweet Child o' Mine

An Itch

Some days (like today), there are lots of things taking up space in my head.  Thoughts and situations and plans just swirl. . . and swirl. . . and swirl. 

When the swirling begins, I like to sort things out by . . . digging in the soil; playing with roots and shoots and fruits; smelling the earth; getting dirty.

But today, this is my reality.  I can't scratch that itch.  No digging today -- at least, not in soil.  No potting going on here.  Not yet.

Snowy work bench 002 

Today, I'll just have to sort out the swirl with a cup of tea. . . and a little moss stitch.
 

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Kay

OOOO, I know exactly what you mean. I think I am going to get some tulip bulbs and some primroses to bring in pots indoors. This very long and cold winter is unbelievable and I need that cheer. I was talking to a lady at the store today, and everyone is talking about never remembering such a harsh winter here in the South. When the elderly say this, it is bad!

Oh, but what you gotta say about SEAN!!!! He's the man~is he not?! I was totally blown away with his tricks last night. He is also such a gracious, NICE person! I even cried along with Lindsay on the podium, did you?

denise copeland

I agree with Kay, I can’t remember a colder or snowier winter. I guess one good aspect is the flea and tick population will be deceased, and more importantly, when spring arrives it certainly won’t be taken for granted.

Rachel

You could have made a rope or two too :)

Betsy

Just had to come over and comment on your comment over at Margene's blog...I LOVELOVELOVE the phrase "the ebb and flow of organization". It fits me to a tee!!!

Vicki

With the sunshine and "warmer" weather, I am getting excited for spring and looking forward to getting dirty. I hope we have a good one.
; )

Diana Troldahl

I don;t do much of it anymore, but the cure for the early itch for gardening for me used to be pottery.
Squishing all that clay around really helped :-}

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