It's been a year since the
pandemic invaded our world.
Things are looking better. We have
a vaccine and the cases are going down.
I've had my first shot and scheduled
for the second in August.
Looking forward to visiting family
and having get-togethers again,
hopefully by next year or sooner.
Spring flowers have started
blossoming, life's awakening here,
in the Gaspé, Eastern Quebec.
I am sharing some photos
of my garden and everyday life.
For some reason a white one appeared this year.
These ground sedum are early flowering this year.
My roots began at the beach.
Huge trees have washed ashore from Fall storms.
Probably from New Brunswick, across the Bay.
We played a lot, growing up on this beach.
I am the second from the right.
We collect seaglass.
A blue piece, is a rare piece.
It was only 10 deg. C. this day.
We have a large selections of wild birds here.
We had some potatoes sprouting.
Annie planted them.
Just for the fun of it.
We are still having frost here at night.
Whoever makes a garden
Has oh so many friends:
The glory of the morning,
The dew when daylight ends,
And rain and wind and sunshine,
And dew and fertile sod,
For he who makes a garden
Works hand in hand with God.
Thanks for your visit 💜