Time for some change?

Is it time for some change in your garden?

I think it is time for some change in my garden.

More details in the weeks ahead...

In the meantime, look at all the change I've already found in my garden!





 

Comments

  1. I hope some poor garden fairy isn't wondering how his/her treasure disappeared !

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  2. Too cute yet most creatively conceived! Looking forward to your future endeavors!

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  3. I will be interested to see what kind of changes you make. No doubt you will need a lot of change to make change$.

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  4. Um Carol? That's not what it means to have change in your garden...

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  5. So cute! I just found your blog. Love it!
    I'm incorporating big change this year. I have finally conceded that my yard has too much shade for vegetables. So I went out and rented some space in the sun for the summer. Allotment gardening. I have no idea what I'm doing but will be a fun change (hopefully!)

    Stacy

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  6. Fun post Carol...love your writing and sense of humor!

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  7. So Carol, did you leave that as a tip for the fairies watching over your garden this winter or did the fairies leave it for you? You don't suppose that a dog finally caught a pesky leprechaun and this is all that's left?

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