Have You Sown The Seeds?…
We have been working on our landscaping for about two weeks now…seems like forever☺ Things are coming along nicely but…we still have so many flowers/bushes yet to plant.
As we have been toiling in our labor…my mind wonders off to our life…where is it taking us? Where do we want it to go?
Texture: Partings by Kim Klassen
What paths have not been taken because of our own undoing? Seeds that could of/should of been planted…but procrastination set in. Sigh…
“You’re frustrated because you keep waiting for the blooming of flowers of which you have yet to sow the seeds.” – Steve Maraboli
So I leave this with you today…What seeds do you need to sow in your life?
Have a Wonderful Day.
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I’m going to have to come back and look through all of your posts when I have more time. Your words are so encouraging and uplifting! Have a wonderful Easter!
Beautiful flowers and very weighty question that can apply to so many things! Thanks for the inspiration — and thank you for linking on Busy Monday!
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Such beautiful flowers, love the color!
Thanks so much for sharing with Foto Friday,
I live in a teensy-tiny 300-square foot cottage with a gigantic yard. all that is growing out there, and growing heartily with all the rain we’ve had, are green things that make it look like a lawn and many flowers disguised as weeds. I imagine and consider possibilities, but it’s just NOT my “thing” and there’s no budget for it… still, I love what you’ve caused me to consider. I notice that I DO love my yard, in all its shabbiness. I feel at home here and if NOT for the back fence coming down in a BIG storm in August, I don’t know that I wouldn’t BE totally content to let it grow as it is determined to!!
thanks for the pause and the thoughty thoughts I am still enJOYing.
I love phlox and you are going to really enjoy these in your landscape.
Thanks so much for sharing at RT this week, Laurie. xo
What lovely images of your flower garden, Laurie! Your quote is quite timely for me and provocative. I do believe I will be borrowing that! Thanks so much for joining Walk and Click Wednesdays!
Oh what a thought provoking question. I will have to ponder on that for awhile. Love your photos and your words. B
Lovely and creative post ~ I hope I creating ‘seeds of love and peace’. ~ (A Creative Harbor)
Lovely flowers and thoughts today!
Beautiful garden! Great question to start my day with!
Hi Laurie…we have been doing some major landscaping too…alot of work, but so well worth all the effort! What a great question…sure has me thinking!
Beautiful fruits of your labors.
Good for you. I look at my yard and then just walk away, shaking my head, too overwhelmed to start.
Great question to think about! I just wrote a post about feeling overwhelmed with too much to do and too little time. I’m sure that I’m procrastinating on some things that would ultimately give me more fulfillment and spending too much time doing busy work. Thanks for this thought!! Btw, your photos are beautiful!
Lovely post and gorgeous photos! Thanks for linking up! x
I have also been working on my yard…. am about to do something major (for me) … but right now I have a nice little vegetable garden growing on my outside table…. peppers are almost done… tomatoes are filling in nicely and I just planted cucumbers and green onions… I am excited!!!