A Dandelion Wish
“The dandelion flower tells us that life is short, delicate, and you never know where the winds may take you. Irrespective of that, don’t forget to dream, wish, and remember the bigger joys that come from the little things in life.” Anonymous
May you find peace. May you find happiness. May you find the key to unlock your dreams. May your garden be abundant. May your beehives prosper. May you succeed in everything you do.
All of this is within you, within your grasp, and from it may you find joy every day.
And Best Wishes For The New Year 2015
As this year is coming to a close, it’s a time to reflect and plan for a new season, and hope to do better than the last. As a gardener and beekeeper, each season comes with a challenge of its own. Either I end up with success or failure, but it’s always a learning experience being taught by nature. I am happy to be her apprentice and grateful for her guidance.
“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influences of each…” Henry David Thoreau, August 23, 1853
He summed it all up above in his journal. Whether we call it ‘live in the moment’ or a ‘simple happiness’, living close to nature and following her guidance is much more fulfilling.
Wishing you very happy holidays and a very happy New Year 2015. A better season and a better year for all.
Thank you for continuing to read this blog.
Where Ever You Are…
No matter what holiday you are celebrating or none at all, I wish you good health and happiness. And wealth? I would like to quote Henry David Thoreau on that one “…a man is rich in proportion to the number of things which he can afford to let alone.” (Walden)