Also, I try to keep all the tools in a little gardening carrier. Without this system, it can take hours, searching for that missing rake or cutters or gloves. We have several gloves, rakes, cutters, for this reason! If I get called away, I leave them in the flower beds so that the person mowing the lawn won't find the unexpected tool. Love my mint plant. Plants with a scent are a great orientation to an area. Wish Item: Fountain for the back flowerbed. Sound is another helpful orientation.
Gardening brings me much peace and grounding, and I love that Cricket also enjoys being close by and cheering me on in the process. We also wear a hat (loving my hat from Lucent Imagery ) and make sure now, we put in our eye drops to help these dry eyes not hurt in our passion. I quit mowing the lawn a few years ago. There is a system for mowing the lawn, however, for me the challenge became the combination of the loud lawnmower and another sense gone.
Thank you for your sweet birthday wishes for Cricket, visits, those that came to our party, and your generosity to support Guide Dogs for the Blind. Truly incredible, and we are so happy that we will be able to send off enough for a new harness for a guide dog team! So sad, that I wandered around the yard with my camera in my pocket and didn't get any pictures of Cricket with adorable puppies in training Sloan or Cobb. Hopefully, we'll get another visit, soon.
It is sunny, warm and beautiful here today. We enjoyed a nice brisk walk this morning with my sweet, now 6-year-old guide dog. Hope you've had a nice weekend.