If you look closely you will see the swing I sit each morning after the last frost of the spring and before the first frost of winter.
The plants come out of the greenhouse and take their summer homes in the sunshine. It doesn't start out
this way. They come out a few at a time depending on how fragile they are. I'm not the one with the green thumb. Thank goodness someone here can grow things.
I was always taught, or maybe it is folklore, that before we all wore shoes we were healthier. In ancient times people didn't wear shoes and contact with the earth helped with common medical problems.
Is it true? I haven't a clue. I do, however, sit in the swing and let my bare toes rest in the grass beneath me, and wiggle them like a child.
If you look closely you will notice there are veggies mixed in with the flowers and plants. There are peppers, tomatoes, and even a pineapple.
The farm is quiet in the morning. The sheep are still sleeping in the barn and the cows have not yet started bellowing to see if it might get them some grain. I guess hay gets boring.
It would be nice to know where you spend your coffee time.
Something that is fun is to get a pineapple from the grocery store and save the top. Set it in water until it roots and then plant it.
Hint: It takes awhile.