It’s The Little Things That Count.

 

A little visitor came by

A little visitor came by today,

to share some food that came his way

He crept up high

As I crept low

I crept closer

As I willed him to turn and say Hello

Hello Mouse

My Camera clicked and he was gone

But his belly was full as his eyes now shone..

So I turned my lens down to the ground

To see what fairies might have found

Tiny Flowers in the Lawn.

How Nature never ceases to amaze

If one take time to lower their gaze.

And open one’s eyes to the ‘Little Things’

That makes a difference, what pleasure it brings.

Tulips

We first need our hearts to open wide

To discover that the secrets lie inside

Taking a closer look inside

And once open for the world to see

You now get the perspective of the Bee

Closer still

And so in life its the ‘Little Things’

Which mean the most, what joy they bring

Its the smile and greeting, a caring thought

A helping hand when things get fraught

It matters not the money in your purse

For you can’t take it with you in your hearse

But the deeds you have done

And the memories you have made

And the Love shared

Is All that is craved.

So plant well all the Little Things in Life

For they are most cherished

Enjoy

Be Nice!

Corner of the Front Garden

Have a beautiful weekend all of you

Blessings

Sue

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  1. mihrank
    Apr 24, 2015 @ 22:58:10

    this is such elegant, beautiful images – The colors and words like a journey!

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  2. litebeing
    Apr 24, 2015 @ 23:00:32

    lovely Sue! Miracles and magick abound… Have a magickally enchanted weekend.

    xoxoxo Linda

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  3. Mark Lanesbury
    Apr 24, 2015 @ 23:45:30

    I’m coming back as a bee 😀 Thanks for the beauty Sue, those moments do go past us when we are so ‘busy’ 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 25, 2015 @ 10:40:27

      LOL… yes now wouldn’t that be a beautiful perspective Mark, flying around each flower and buzzzing away your day making honey! 🙂 I am pleased to share a little of my quiet moments with you Mark.. Take care, and have a Peaceful weekend 🙂

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  4. Writing to Freedom
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 00:15:44

    Indeed Sue. The beauty and joy to be found in simple things is quite wonderful if we open to them. have a beautiful little weekend! 😄

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  5. Trini Lind
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 01:07:50

    I looooooove the little things!!! ❤ 🙂 Just had fruit cake and tea in the sunrise listening to the birds and other wild things waking up, seeing the water lilies open to the sun. Those are gorgeous little things! 🙂 ❤ I just love this post Sue! The photos are so friendly and sweet and happy and so is your adorable poem! ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 25, 2015 @ 10:44:42

      Thank you Trini, the poem was made up spontaneously as I posted each picture in my Edit mode :-). And Fruit cake and tea!! Hummmm now that sounds a delicious way to start any morning, watching water lilies open to the sun, and listening to the dawn chorus.. Lovely.. Have a wonderful peaceful weekend too Trini.. Hugs Sue ❤

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      • Trini Lind
        Apr 25, 2015 @ 11:02:55

        Well yes, my morning was beautiful, but around noon we had a horrible earth quake here, the whole building shook and we had to run down 14 floors to get evacuated! It was difficult to run cause the building was shaking like mad. It was super scary!!! It is probably all over the news now. The epicenter was in Nepal, but we felt it very very strongly here in Kolkata. Luckily no one died in this city.

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Apr 25, 2015 @ 11:10:49

          Oh Trini, No I have not had the news on this morning. I am thankful you are safe and others were not injured, How frightening. I hope your building is safe? . Mother Earth is moving again, as I saw how a Volcano erupted in Chile quiet unexpectedly .. Please do take care dear Trini… sending Loads of love and prayers your way xx ❤

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  6. Editor (Retired)
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 03:20:23

    Ah, Springtime!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 25, 2015 @ 10:46:27

      Yes, and now you have made your own decision to retire John 🙂 you too can start and catch all those little things you may have missed while you were so busy working.. Its great!, as I can now vouch for 🙂 Have a lovely weekend Sue

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  7. Nihar Pradhan
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 03:28:18

    What a lovely poem, it reflects the essence of daily life and the way we live, many times we forget these small things and get swayed by the big things in life. Life, indeed is in these small aspects of our living. Smiling greeting and a caring thought, a helping hand is what makes a huge difference to our way of thinking and living. So profound are the deeds we have done and the memories we make, in my last post I was dwelling on the mystery of memories, how much we remember and why we recollect few…life without memories, perhaps would have been meaningless and full of drudgery.
    Planting little things in life that can grow with you and be with you, you can nurture and you cherish those little beautiful moments…very inspiring.
    Have a lovely weekend Sue.
    😀

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 25, 2015 @ 10:53:17

      Nihar, I thank you, always your comments are so uplifting, I hope to catch up with your post on memories, while the weather has been good, my time is outside, lots to do as we prepare the allotment for planting. I agree its the memories we take with us, good or bad. Many thanks Nihar for your encouragement and support.Blessings to you and yours..

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  8. marina kanavaki
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 08:52:15

    Ah, yes it is, my dear Sue! Thank you for that weekend blessing! A wonderful weekend to you too! 🙂 xxxxxxxx

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  9. giselzitrone
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 10:00:04


    Hallo liebe Sue wünsche dir einen schönen Samstag schöne Fotos und schöner Text.Ich wünsche dir ein schönes sonniges Wochenende und eine große Umarmung Gruß Gislinde

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  10. prenin
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 10:55:21

    Lovely pictures and a good poem! 🙂

    Love and hugs my friend!!! 🙂

    Prenin.

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  11. Rajagopal
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 11:00:36

    Bees’ perspective is teeming with sweetest substance in the world called honey, profoundly indicative of the joy in little things, as the tiny flowers of different hues in your pics and the images contained in your cute little poem, Sue. Instead of investing greater efforts towards bigger feelings of occasional, few-and-far-between episodes of happiness, it may be more fulfilling to plant countless seeds of good deeds in everyday life to eventually bloom into an orchard of happiness that can be harvested several times every day of the week. That is my wish for u as well…

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 25, 2015 @ 11:07:14

      Dear Raj, and what a lovely wish too.. :-). Yes I have always found Raj, it is the small things in life, those thoughtful little deeds which bring the richness to our lives.. A hug and a smile are worth more than any material gifts, And I also wish dear Raj that Happiness could be sort in these type of Little things, instead of people rushing around buying the ‘Things’ they do not need and getting into debt over them.
      Many thanks for the ‘Thought seeds’ you spread here my friend, they are very much appreciated 🙂 Sue

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  12. DG MARYOGA
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 12:19:19

    So much beauty in your poem and images,Sue Dear;it’s the little things,the trivial pleasures in our everyday life that mean so much and bring joyfulness.
    If we cannot appreciate them,I am certain sure that great things will never bring any happiness or peace of mind.I so much enjoyed the moments you captured in your garden with the lovable creatures and the red poppies that have open their petals to find happiness and meaning in their life!Sending Love & Blessings 🙂 ❤
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend with plenty of sunshine! Doda xoxox

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 25, 2015 @ 12:25:05

      Yes it is all those ‘Little Things’ dear Doda that bring us the most pleasures.. And your visiting again is yet another little thing which means a lot.. Love and sunshine right back.. Enjoy your day.. I am logging off for a while now as this afternoon I have my Granddaughter for a few hours.. Another Little Treasure! 🙂 ❤ ❤

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  13. gageier
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 12:54:15

    Liebe Sue mit dem Kunstwerk ist doch eine schöne Idee ja der Künstler ist sehr kreativ ein regenfreies Wochenende wünsche ich dir Klaus in Freundschaft, da sind dir ja super Fotos gelungen tolle Schnapschüße

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  14. Dewin Nefol
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 13:29:05

    Hey Sue,

    This is delightfully engaging and wonder-filled verse full of charm and enchantment, and the photographs rich and illustrative of your words…I admire the transformation of your perceptual imagination…the manner in which you temporarily ‘shift’ your awareness from an observational human-orientated perspective to one that reflects the relative intimacy of a Bee. Perhaps with further consolidation of your highly imaginative thought you could saddle up and ride on the back of that industrious and miraculous winged insect and enjoy the magical experience of the flight of the bumblebee itself. Perhaps a little orchestrated music, written by Rimsky-Korsakov, might suffice to accompany you on your fanciful journey – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6QV1RGMLUKE – and of course a little poem, as always, to tuck away with your own beautifully crafted prose…

    ~ Honey At The Table ~ by ~ Mary Oliver

    It fills you with the soft
    essence of vanished flowers, it becomes
    a trickle sharp as a hair that you follow
    from the honey pot over the table

    and out the door and over the ground,
    and all the while it thickens,

    grows deeper and wilder, edged
    with pine boughs and wet boulders,
    pawprints of bobcat and bear, until

    deep in the forest you
    shuffle up some tree, you rip the bark,

    you float into and swallow the dripping combs,
    bits of the tree, crushed bees – – – a taste
    composed of everything lost, in which everything lost is found.

    Have a great weekend Sue. Happy ‘pottering’ about in the garden of your heart. Take care of those tenderly green little treasures 😉

    Namaste

    DN – 25/04/2015

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 26, 2015 @ 14:19:10

      Lovely to see you here Dewin and what a beautiful comment.. I loved the flight of the Bumble Bee by the way, the music alone conjurers up magical images, and I could easily picture a fairy upon a bees back buzzing around the blossoms.. 🙂 And the poetry was new to me, but I loved every word and verse. Thank you for sharing that with me.. 🙂
      Yes My weekend is most enjoyable, just popped on here for half an hour before I go out again in the garden.. Today I spied some new born lambs upon my walk this morning.. A very agreeable day.. And the shoots are all sprouting nicely in the greenhouse, some being hardened off, and the allotments are being prepared.. I think we have been busy like the bee 🙂 this week..
      Many thanks Dewin.. always a great pleasure to see your comments.. 🙂 Sue

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  15. sriramjanak
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 13:57:25

    beautiful Sue…have a great weekend…:-)

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  16. Paul Handover
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 17:00:24

    Gorgeous and very beautiful.

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  17. Miro
    Apr 25, 2015 @ 18:26:08

    Wonderful poem, Sue. I agree that it’s all about the little things, which is why I’m so thankful for all the times you’ve taken the time to read my writings and give words of encouragement. They really mean something coming from you. 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 26, 2015 @ 14:23:41

      Awww, thank you Miro, I think your words are so profound in there teachings, and I have not forgotten about the one I wanted to share.. it may well be an appropriate time this week to share your Wisdom with others.. Many thanks my friend.. Blessings your way Miro Sue 🙂

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  18. stephensmustang1
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 02:56:40

    Aw..so cute.
    Lovely flowers. Thank you for sharing.

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  19. Earth Angel
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 03:12:56

    So happy to see this post as I read through the love and light comments and realized that when we put such loving energy “out there” that it triggers some strange responses. You are such a powerful light Sue and you touch the world in their hearts. I see you as a beaming pillar, illuminating the world. To know you are here my world brings me such joy. I send my heart to you and thank you for being you! Your Pictures and descriptions in this post are great also! Much love Robyn

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 26, 2015 @ 14:27:31

      Robyn, I am no more brighter than your good self 🙂 .. We are each trying with words and the knowledge we have gained through our Earth Experiences to share what we have learnt, and to pass along a little Love, and Light is our way of helping the Universal Energies gather more light and like minded souls together to go forward in the collective into Unity Consciousness…
      I thank you most sincerely for this wonderful encouraging comment.. It comes at a time I need to hear your words.. Much Love. Sue xxx ❤

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  20. dogkisses
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 05:06:42

    Lovely words and views! And I love the little visitor! I hope you are well Sue. I’m sorry I haven’t been by in so long. You are always close to my heart.

    With Love,
    Michelle.

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  21. Anita
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 07:59:55

    That was beautiful Sue thank you x

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  22. The Emu
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 10:38:06

    Enjoyed your beautiful poem Sue, the little mouse and the delicate flowers mixed with your words, a recipe of enchantment.
    You see through eyes, what others are not fortunate to see.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 26, 2015 @ 14:56:41

      Hi Emu, Yes the little mouse is getting bolder, spending longer on the feeders, the birds are giving him room 🙂 .. Now all I need is to shrink the size of Bee and like Dewin said on his comment take flight upon its back. 🙂 what a view that would be.. 🙂

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  23. kowkla123
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 11:32:31

    Schönheit und Freude genießen, schönen Sonntag, Klaus

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  24. irenedesign2011
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 13:25:52

    I can only agree Sue, the little things make life worth living. I enjoy so much the nature too and love to catch them with the camera sometimes too.
    Beautiful post and I hope you did enjoy your time with your Granddaughter yesterday.

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  25. PreciousRhymes
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 14:54:21

    Yes! the simple little things indeed 🙂 and maybe because they’re simple and little in our often massively complex world they tend to easily get forgotten. Giving thanks as you come to remind me to cherish this passing quiet moment, the bright sun streaming through the windows and a healthy body that allows to sit and share with you and others today. Much Love!!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 26, 2015 @ 15:01:43

      Yes when we are faced with other such troubles we forget the little things which we are most blessed with every day.. Our Health, eyesight, hearing, touch, smell, to be able to walk out and feel the sun.. Sending much love in all those little things 🙂 ❤

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  26. dilip
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 16:16:26

    Lovely little poem and the pictures celebrating Nature! Enjoyment of nature is said to suspend our thoughts and calm the mind.
    Thank you Sue for a lovely weekend post.

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  27. natswans
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 16:29:40

    Lovely words and images Sue and so very true..I am constantly on the look out for something new in the garden. If it is wild and spreads I don’t care as long as it brings the Bees here. I of course tend my smaller area of plants and have put seeds in today. Fingers crossed Sue.
    Enjoy your week.
    Hugs Sheila x

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 27, 2015 @ 14:34:10

      I am sure your seeds will flourish Shelia, we have the green house heaving with young plants, but as we had a sharp frost last night it will be a few more weeks before they get planted out.. Although some are already in such as parsnip, onions, shallots, and beetroot.. The rest are hardening off under glass at the moment.. 🙂 Enjoy the Sun.. its another Sunny day if a little cooler.. but so so nice to see a blue sky overhead.. 🙂

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  28. becca givens
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 20:00:53

    A visit with you is sweet balm for the spirit! Have a blessed week! ❤

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  29. suzicate
    Apr 26, 2015 @ 22:56:14

    It’s often the little things that touch us the most! Small blessings create a wonderful life.

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  30. Lois Field
    Apr 27, 2015 @ 05:48:42

    How cute to find a mouse at your feeder. I must have something besides birds at mine because this week the seed disappeared so quickly, but I have yet to catch who is enjoying the seed so much.

    Yes, it is the little things. Yesterday I happened to glance out my kitchen window and saw the cutest black and white cat sitting in my yard just watching me and the day before we sat at the living room window watching a bird watching us back. My granddaughter inforinformed me he was waiting for us to give him more food so we headed out to check the feeder. Nature is so much fun to watch.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 27, 2015 @ 15:25:32

      I agree Lois nature is never repetitive.. And gives hours of Joy.. Today I was on a snail hunt.. as I saw one had been eating the tops of my new shoots of flowers in the shelved unit/greenhouse outside.. 🙂 We found 4 which we placed away from my new shoots… but they are faster movers than we give them credit for.. And so now they have sniffed out new food, lol, will be back.. 🙂 xx

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  31. kerlund74
    Apr 27, 2015 @ 20:39:20

    Wonderful photos and yes, the small details count:) And may make the difference between a good day and a bad day<3
    Thank you:)

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  32. Maria F.
    Apr 27, 2015 @ 23:21:48

    What a scrumptious post! I love that mouse on your bird feeder! And brave woman you are, who knows others would have scared him away. You have this of respect for Nature Sue!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 28, 2015 @ 13:33:58

      I am not afraid of Mice.. but maybe not be so brave were it a rat, again just the conditioning of our minds which bring in that fear factor.. He was so busy munching away he did not see me creep up.. but he was gone like a flash when he saw me 🙂

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      • Maria F.
        Apr 28, 2015 @ 13:41:09

        All these little mammals, even the rats, become food for the raptors and felines. We all know that mice and rats dwell in cities because humans invaded their land. I still would not kill a rat, but trap it and release it somewhere else. I have problems killing ants too.

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Apr 28, 2015 @ 13:45:00

          Me too Maria, I can not swat a fly 🙂 I had four snails eating my plants which had climbed into my seedlings trays.. I removed them far away 🙂 ❤

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          • Maria F.
            Apr 28, 2015 @ 18:22:49

            Sue, I love gardening and landscaping, but I see the issues involved. For example, I couldn’t be an ornamental landscaper because I would have to literally kill all the pests that feed on the plants. I suppose you may have encountered these situations. Can you say that you get at least 80-60% of your crop? You must know so many tricks from experience.

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            • Sue Dreamwalker
              Apr 28, 2015 @ 18:54:18

              We do not use any pesticides, We use Marigolds which we plant along side crops, and live with the pests covering with fine nets to help stop the white fly ect.. But we retain about 80% of our crops.. Last year we were hit with potato blight but we are on the last bag of our stored potatoes now from last year.. so they have lasted all winter..
              The year before it was caterpillars on our cabbage and Brussels sprouts we just had to take as many leaves off as possible from the sprouts and learn to live with it… I like to think that is why we many have lots more butterflies this year.. Again we try to net early before the cabbage white butterfly lays her eggs.. same with the carrot fly.. We are trying something different this year with our carrots so will let you know as we progress with those if it worked.. Our carrots have never been successful.. But if you visit my Allotment Grow your Own updates in my header.. You will see the previous years and how our gardening has gone.. They are stacked under Grow your Own if memory serves in the header.. 🙂 Any handy tips you have found would be more than welcome Maria LOL.. 🙂 And thank you for taking an interest.. xxx Sue

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  33. europasicewolf
    Apr 28, 2015 @ 20:50:14

    What a cute little visitor 🙂 It’s amazing how wonderful the little things in life can be so enchanting 🙂 xx

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 29, 2015 @ 14:15:19

      Hi Wolfie.. so pleased you enjoyed my little mouse.. I have not seen him for a couple of days so hope he is ok.. Lots of Cats use our garden as a cut through.. so hope he’s safe! 🙂

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  34. Maria F.
    Apr 28, 2015 @ 21:22:57

    80% is amazing! Thanks for sharing! I cannot help because what I have is a seashore garden which is ornamental. I’d love to know about the carrots when you get around it. It seems Nature has tricked humans with this vegetable!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Apr 28, 2015 @ 21:26:21

      Yes… and unless like farmers you use lots of pesticides and goodness knows what else you will not get a perfectly formed carrot.. 🙂 ( I will let you know how the carrot experiment goes ) xxx

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  35. SalvaVenia
    Apr 29, 2015 @ 06:11:43

    Big truth in all those little things …

    And many a thanks for this inspiring post and its thoughts. 🙂

    Greetings from Germany,
    Salva

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  36. D.G.Kaye
    May 02, 2015 @ 05:06:38

    Oh yes Sue, it’s the little things that can’t bring so much joy. Lovely. xo ❤

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  37. jacksjottings
    May 03, 2015 @ 06:30:07

    This poem is so good it is ‘going straight to the poolroom’. I have not got a poolroom but I will be keeping this poem I love it and the photos.
    Thank you Sue for showing us appreciation at its best. _/\_

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 03, 2015 @ 10:50:22

      Awww now that is an honour dear Jack.. I was inspired to write the poem as I posted each picture the words just came.. 🙂 so I am extra pleased you enjoyed my little four legged friend.. and the Little things like your comment.. Mean the most.. _/\_ Blessings your way Jack. Sue

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  38. Aquileana
    May 03, 2015 @ 13:27:47

    “The deeds you have done

    And the memories you have made

    And the Love shared

    Is All that is craved”.~

    Absolutely true… Beautiful verses dear Sue.
    Sending love! Aquileana 😀

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  39. Fiestaestrella
    May 04, 2015 @ 22:15:07

    I felt the delight of watching the mouse! The little things, the tiny things… the things that come and go. I’m thinking about the mouse at the bottom of Ganesha’s feet. Lovely poetry from a truly inspired being…
    May the happiness continue and your garden continue to bring you so much joy. My, the lambs! I can feel their softness, just to think of them – and very much enjoyed the pictures. ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      May 06, 2015 @ 13:53:15

      Ka.. I am so pleased you enjoyed this post as much as I did creating it.. The Little mouse I have not seen in a week.. but then its not been as warm out so maybe he/she is keeping snug and dry somewhere.. He was a very brave little adventurer… Many thanks again for your lovely comment Ka.. ❤

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  40. Emma Sarah Tennant
    May 17, 2015 @ 11:54:40

    How funny! I imagine that’s how our bird feeders drop so quickly too 🙂 A beautiful poem Sue, inspired by those mischievous fairies 🙂

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