Tilling the Soil

Gardening is such an healthy earthy past time
to dig in the soil reminds us of our connection
to nature, our planet and our inner self

We are often swept up in busyness
buying or just too distracted by life
toiling in the earth brings us back to basics

Best is to watch what we have grown
to see the shoots arise from seeds we’ve sown
then to enjoy the fruits flowers or veg

What do you plant in your garden?
What seeds do you sow each day?
What can you expect to harvest from all that you think do and say?

Daily Prompt: Soil

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30 Comments

  1. I made/created/planted my front yard garden…it felt so good to see my plants grew beautifully each day..i have orchids and other flower bearing garden and it is indeed beautiful…whenever i have visitors..i have some stories to tell them about my garden..

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      1. Ooohhh kate..it rained so hard last night and there was a flash flood in our place..and sadly part of my garden was washed away…but in time i will have to make them look beautiful again..😐😐😐

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          1. Yes kate i just started repotting some of the plants that have been washed out.
            My daughter us doin fine so far…she visits Zoe’s grave every weekend..and i can feel she’s by far okay..though she hasn’t gone back to dancing yet…’cos that’s how they usually bond…they both were members of their school’s dance club..

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  2. I wish there was more time for gardening. I’m currently growing summer squash, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, baby bell peppers, basil, rosemary, potatoes, a coffee tree and an olive tree. Then there’s the flower garden.

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  3. Everyday I learn something from someone.
    Everyday I sow a seed of knowledge.
    In various fields of my life.
    I am result of what my gardner has done to me πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

    Besides philosophy,
    I do not have garden, but have a few plants in my balcony and I take care utmost care of them.
    The big result is my lavener pots are still alive and some new leaves are coming on them inspite of deadly weather this summer.

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  4. Love this poem, Kate! πŸ™‚

    And I love to garden! I have year round plants, trees, flowers, etc. And then I usually have a summer garden…in the past few years I’ve only grown tomatoes, squashes, and peppers. But, in the past I grew carrots, onions, radishes, corn, pumpkins (I grew the pumpkins by accident!), ETC. πŸ™‚

    Every day I try to plant seeds of encouragement, kindess, understanding, love, grace, joy (etc) in the hearts of those people I encounter. πŸ™‚

    Oh, to be like the soil…rich, warm, nuturing, protecting, and life-giving! πŸ™‚
    HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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  5. calmkate, in answer to your question above, I am well. Like many others it seems to be a very busy time for giving family matters priority. I’m neglecting blogging matters. Trying to get everybody read at least twice a week, but not getting much more done. Keeping g-grands, working on legacy kinds of stuff, reunions, mailing lists, etc. I offered to update the mailing list for family – about 150 names with much updating necessary. I’m also beginning a new unit of study for my Sunday class on the Minor Prophets. I’ve never taught that before, so it is taking a lot of background study. All pleasant, thankfully. Thanks for caring. See you later.

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    1. wow Oneta, I am exhausted just reading that list of commitments – good for you taking it all on and family should come first! Please feel free to take me off your reading list so others get the attention they need .. just very glad to know you are well but super busy πŸ™‚

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  6. Beautiful thoughts Kate…gardening is such a good way to connect with nature and watch those little seeds burst to allow their goodness to be shared for everyone…
    I expect to harvest friendships and goodwill by the seeds I plant each day…
    Thank you for a thoughtful post Kate πŸ’πŸ™πŸΌ

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      1. Thank you for such a kind reply, Kate…it’s very generous of you and means a lot 🌹
        And I’m glad you enjoyed my reblog of Gabe’s post…it seems he is a very well loved and respected friend to us all πŸ’πŸ’•

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