This is the fourth post in the 31 day series, "Bloom Where You're Planted" and let me say, this takes work!
It's hard to post every day. It's hard for me to even remember to post every day.
I am the woman set a daily alarm to remind me to pick up my 4th grader. Seriously, I am scared to death that I am going to be late to get my boy. Sure, I would remember eventually...what was I saying?
We are trying to think big, learn the layout of this town and find what our kids call our "long-time" house.
There are boxes to unpack, totally new routines and unexpected expenses.
My temper is often short and there is much hard work.
If you want beautiful blooms and good roots, you have to do the work. You have to do the work when the earth is still rocky and barren and maybe you can't see anything good.
At least not yet.
Seedlings start small and they are fragile and tough at the same time. You have to protect seedlings from frost but even tiny plants can grow through concrete. I choose to keep sowing.
The rules of the harvest say you reap what you sow, you reap later than you sow, and you reap more than you sow.
I will keep sowing.