The first thing I read yesterday morning was Kelly Rossiter’s lovely post on Planet Green. I thank her for reminding me to use my hearing — not just sight, smell, taste and touch — to experience the Spring garden. And not feel strange about going out in the middle of the night to witness the remarkable.
Archive for March, 2008
Green is my forever favourite colour, but lately I’ve been smitten by soft shades of pink and so I now find myself writing a post about a subject that although “in-season” is neither edible nor on my balcony: cherry blossom-watching.
This Easter Monday I had “good intentions” to spend the day indoors, working on spring cleaning, garden planning (I’m w-a-a-a-y-y behind in this) and seed sowing, but…you probably know where I’m going with this…mid-afternoon sunshine and a restless Westie nudged me outdoors. I didn’t put up much resistance. And a half-hour walk turned into more than two hours of viewing sights like this:
I’m looking forward to Bike the Blossoms with Slow Food Vancouver . As I write this I realize I’ve just made an “edible” connection so perhaps I can publish this post without overstretching the blog’s boundaries.