One Potato ~ Two Potato

My Granddaughter showing the first lifted New Potatoes

My Granddaughter showing the first lifted New Potatoes

I Promised I would update you on how the Allotments were growing.. All is coming along nicely. And as you can see, one little girl was delighted to collect the first dug new potatoes and bag them for dinner. 

Brassica Family and Dwarf beans. Curly Kale.

Brassica Family and Dwarf beans. Curly Kale.

Everything is growing well now..  its just a matter of keeping the weeds down.

Everything is growing well now.. its just a matter of keeping the weeds down

More photos can be found in the gallery Here  on the Update of what else is growing in Dreamwalker’s Garden update. 

Oh and remember our little friend who came to visit and then disappeared some time ago.. Well he was back today. I managed to sneak up on him the second time.. The first time I saw him I walked right under the hanging nut feeder this morning as its positioned under an arch of trees where he was doing his balancing act .. I glanced up and I do not know who jumped first, me or the mouse.. As he jumped back into the conifer hedge. 🙂 I waited a while and he came out again. This time I crept up and he tolerated me and I snapped this picture  until I got too close  then he disappeared again into the hedge. 

He was as curious about me as I was about him.

He was as curious about me as I was about him. My little friend is back

Have a wonderful weekend all of you.

Blessings

Sue

 

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  1. Barbara Franken
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 15:17:52

    Beautiful to be outdoors now… Enjoy your weekend too x barbara

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  2. wolfgangpowerpoint.wordpress.com/
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 15:18:52

    Das wird eine gute Ernte. Freundliche Grüße, Wolfgang

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  3. New Bloggy Cat
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 15:18:54

    When I see those lovely photos, one word came to my mind – Sustainability(ง¬‿¬)ง
    Have a refreshing weekend, Sue!

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  4. chicasl10
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 15:22:52

    what a beautiful clean garden u have Sue That must be a daily job to keep it like this
    Its really good to see things grow Nature is doing its best
    huggy
    MJ

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 28, 2015 @ 12:45:14

      yes Mj.. it takes some hard work to maintain to keep weed free.. If you left it a week or more the weeds soon take over.. We do not use any commercial pesticides etc.. and we win some and lose some to the pests.. But we get organic produce that tastes just Yum and can pick it fresh daily.. Love and Hugs your way too my friend.. Hugs Sue ❤

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  5. Paul Handover
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 15:27:14

    Fancy a working, as in gardening, holiday here in Oregon? Can offer you many dog hugs!

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  6. Trini Lind
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 16:15:49

    Oh, your grandaughter is just sooo adorable!! 🙂 🙂 ❤

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  7. Writing to Freedom
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 16:35:51

    I’m so glad you and your granddaughter get to play in the garden together!
    Your garden looks amazing and I love your brave mouse. You have a gift for gardening. 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend Sue!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 28, 2015 @ 12:47:55

      Yes we have lots of fun.. You should see me try to hoola-hoop.. lol.. then maybe you shouldn’t lol… I am hopeless 🙂 Thank you Brad… Its raining at the moment.. so catching up with my lovely friends… I will be around soon to catch up as per norm.. ❤ enjoy the rest of your weekend also Brad.

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  8. mike
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 17:06:14

    I have a garden going where I work at. There’s a huge difference in taste from store bought and garden at home.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 28, 2015 @ 12:51:31

      I agree Mike… the taste is nothing in comparison… When you think of all the chemicals that get sprayed on a farmers field. which has gone into the soil over the years… It makes me cringe to think what we are eating.. We do not use sprays only our own made up ones to deal with aphids etc… Which you can find how to do on the net quiet easily and cheaply.. Also companion planting helps, so we plant marigolds etc as many insects do not like the smell of them and so it deters pests..

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  9. lorriebowden
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 17:55:30

    Ah! Two cutie patooties (& potatoes!) your granddaughter & the little field mouse 🙂 I adore your garden…it looks so neat…and fresh…and healthy!! What an exciting way to live…to grow your own food…sustainability!! Beautiful! Blessitude ♡♡

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  10. Sabina Brave
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 18:24:48

    Hello Sue 🙂
    I am sorry, if my absence made you anyhow worry. I am fine. I don’t know, why I stopped going on wordpress…
    It’s nice to visit your blog again 🙂 Nice garden 🙂 I like your little friend 😉
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    Love and blessings.
    xox

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  11. litebeing
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 19:07:46

    I love the energy your granddaughter emits. Such a blessing and wonderful you share these activities together. xo LInda

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  12. Maxima
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 19:59:03

    Reblogged this on Spiritual challenges .

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  13. Val Boyko
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 22:55:08

    New potatoes, lovely company and field mice … what great captures from your garden Sue!

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  14. Aquileana
    Jun 27, 2015 @ 23:32:56

    What a lovely garden 💫🌟❤️💛… And how neat to know that you are able to make your own fresh salad with organic products taken from your own place… Again, the lobvely gal..She looks so happy and pretty … A sweet post, dear friend , have a joyful rest of your weekend . Much love and hugs to you. Aquileana 😀

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  15. kowkla123
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 13:03:34

    der Fleiß wird sich lohnen, liebe Sue, schönen Sonntag, Klaus

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  16. AmyRose
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 18:06:55

    What an absolutely incrdible job you have done with this garden, Sue!!! That is a LOT of work, but the fruits of your labor are just beginning to come in. There is nothing better then to eat from your own garden, and as I write this how I wish we had one too. Hubby just won’t put the work into it though. I hope you found seeds that were not GMO. How sad a day when even our seeds have been tampered with to make them sterile. Your granddaughter just glows, Sue. So happy outdoors holding her first potato of the year. OH FOR THE JOY!!!! Have a great Sunday, my friend!!! Love, Amy ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 29, 2015 @ 15:59:54

      Yes we do not do seeds that are GMO Amy.. 🙂 and yes lots of work put into it.. Gardening is very rewarding as you know.. And yes she was very proud of her potatoes and her sunflowers are growing as tall as she.. 🙂 Many thanks for your visit Amy.. I know how busy you are.. Sending Love and Hugs your way. And I hope your new week is full of Joy.. xxx ❤ Sue

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  17. Maria F.
    Jun 28, 2015 @ 22:58:11

    I love that mouse. I remember when you posted that beautiful poem by Robert Burns. Thanks for the update!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 29, 2015 @ 15:10:59

      he is getting braver by the day Maria.. And have you seen anything of your pigeon? lately

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      • Maria F.
        Jun 29, 2015 @ 15:21:53

        Sue, I’ve already raised 4 feral pigeon chicks. My beautiful original one is a beautiful male which has a partner and sometimes he comes to feed, but sometimes she comes to feed also. So I have to trap him soon to give him an Insecticide bath so he doesn’t get pigeon fleas nor mites. About your mouse: if you notice he starts overpowering the feeder; take it down or buy the plastic kind that makes it hard for them to climb. It’s extremely difficult not to share bird seed with rodents. When I fed birds in the U.S., the chipmunks and field mice also came.

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Jun 29, 2015 @ 15:41:16

          At the moment Maria he is not taking too much of the nuts.. And I am happy for him to be there.. I would not be so encouraging if it were a rat mind you.. but even rats have their place.. Living near the allotments there are a lot of hens which are kept on the various plots so I hope the rats are getting their fill from the bird seed and corn etc..
          Good to know you have raised 4 more chicks.. And good luck on you capturing Mr Pigeon for his bath!.. 🙂
          We have a pair of wood pigeons that visit the garden regular and bath in the bird bath.. which I then empty out. 🙂 and refill.. We put fresh water in daily..

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  18. jacksjottings
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 00:31:45

    You and hubby’s garden looks fantastic. I like those little potatoes boiled in their jackets. You have a garden of joy. With the grand daughter and the tiny mouse topping it off. Thank you for sharing these photos and words they are a great example of the good life. ‘The Good Life’, was one TV show I did like, there has been a few good ones mostly English. Here you are once again showing the way, ‘The Way’ and the Force, is most defiantly with you. 😉 _/\_

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jun 29, 2015 @ 15:18:30

      Yes I remember well that series Jack.. ‘The Good Life’.. And we try to keep the good life going lol.. Yes we only scrub them when they are this young.. And boil.. I love Jacket potatoes though in the late crops of larger potatoes ..
      Have a fabulous day.. ( we are set for a heat-wave over the next few days. ) so will be out making the most of the garden and my granddaughter who is stopping over tonight. _/\_

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  19. Hannah (BitterSweet)
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 01:49:05

    What an adorable helper you have! That garden is downright enviable… So beautiful and well-kept. Glad to see you’re enjoying the fruits (or make that potatoes) of your labor. 🙂

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  20. laura kilty
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 14:29:13

    Oh, such beautiful photos! Your granddaughter is such a cutie 🙂 Your post is joyous, thank you for sharing with us Sue!

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  21. Heartafire
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 16:23:42

    Beautiful little red head granddaughter…I may be prejudiced! Lovely!

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  22. Rajagopal
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 18:21:51

    How refreshing to see organically grown veggies in the garden, with your grand daughter prancing around, duly watched by the sly field mouse and other pests in mischievously friendly abandon. May the idyll last in all happiness for you and yours, Sue…

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 10:48:01

      Lovely to have you visit Raj.. and yes I have been taking time out to enjoy our glorious Summer weather we seldom get here in the UK.. so its been doubly nice sharing the garden and play time with my granddaughter this year.. And the little field mouse keeps popping up his head now and again to say hi too.. 🙂 Enjoy your weekend
      Sue 🙂

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  23. BloomLisa
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 18:38:08

    It is so nice to see your garden and your life thriving and blossoming. now get back in that garden and off the computer!! Sending hugs and love – Lisa

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 11:32:33

      Lol… That is just where I have been Lisa… hence the late reply my friend.. Spending time outdoors and enjoying Summer… and all that goes with it.. And sooooooo love the New You.. :-D.. Keep Blooming my good friend.. sending Mega hugs your way to you and your family.. xxx ❤ Sue

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  24. Visionkeeper
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 18:56:20

    Garden looks great! So neat and tidy….We have had so much rain and cool weather my garden is struggling along but the weeds are going gang busters. I wish it were the other way around 🙂 Love the little mouse on the feeder. He must have a name now DW…He looks quite sweet…Hope all is well there. Thinking of you…Hugs…VK ❤

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 11:29:18

      Sorry to hear your Garden is struggling VK.. Yes Weeds have a life strength of their own and grow 10 times faster than crops.. Glad you enjoyed the little mouse.. He/she is getting braver as he stays on the feeder for longer until the birds swoop in and scare him off.. 🙂 I hope you had a good Full Moon.. All is well.. spending more time away from my laptop and in the garden reading in leisure time .. Sending BIG HUGs your way.. love and Hugs my good friend… DW.. xxx

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  25. Superduque777
    Jun 29, 2015 @ 22:50:20

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  26. stephensmustang1
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 05:50:54

    Love the garden..Fresh veggies, etc–nothing better. GREAT shot of your ‘little friend’. He is really cute. 😉 hugs.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 11:13:52

      Dear Elizabeth.. Many thanks for your kind comments.. Yes Fresh veggies with no sprays or pesticides.. And a bonus helper with our granddaughter and thank you.. Yes the little field mouse has set up residence in an old unused wood pile at the back of the garage.. And is enjoying the fruits of the bird table.. No doubt there will be other little mice to feed too.. For where there is one, there are usually more.. 🙂 But I am happy to share. 🙂 xx Hugs Sue

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  27. dilip
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 08:10:19

    Sue your garden posts are always a great inspiration. Growing and organic garden with love and care by the gardener and the family does bring about plenty of positive energy. And your little grand daughter with her spontaneity must be adding so much more joy. 🙂
    Kindest regards!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 11:10:42

      Hi Dilip.. wonderful to have you drop by my garden, and Yes you are right, our Granddaughter brings love and Light into our lives and is a true blessing to our family.. Wishing you a wonderful Sunday my friend.. Blessings to you and yours .. Sue

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  28. Tom Merriman
    Jun 30, 2015 @ 20:56:13

    Looking good, Sue!
    And your little visitor seems a friendly chap / chapess too!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 11:08:00

      Yes He/She is a welcome visitor.. And is getting very brave. 🙂 Hope you too are enjoying this glorious weather, and hope you didn’t get the bad storms the other night we had.. Spectacular Lightning the likes I had never seen.. 🙂

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      • Tom Merriman
        Jul 05, 2015 @ 11:16:08

        We had the storms, Sue, but mostly torrential rain and constant thunder rumblings… just the odd flicker of lightning, but I have seen some photos of other areas – impressive purple skies and multiple lightning strikes at the same time. Frightening and impressive at the same time!
        Hope you have a good Sunday, Sue.

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        • Sue Dreamwalker
          Jul 05, 2015 @ 11:21:42

          Yes.. the sky lit up like day light.. Spectacular storm.. They always fascinate me. 🙂 while I at the same time pray the house doesn’t get hit.. :-D… Like several homes have been this last week… x Enjoy your day also Tom.

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  29. aFrankAngle
    Jul 01, 2015 @ 13:16:25

    Blessings to you for your gardening efforts … and for the refuge it serves for you.

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  30. belasbrightideas
    Jul 01, 2015 @ 23:46:41

    Great to have that allotment – for your community, I gather? Sweet. Love my garden 😀

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 11:04:48

      Hi Bela.. The allotments are very Big here in the UK.. with land being put aside for people who want to rent the land to grow their own food and perhaps keep a few hens for eggs etc.. The Garden Association runs Shows for those who wish to exhibit, but we grow for family and friends that we share it with.. And freeze lots to sustain us over winter.. I am pleased you too enjoy your gardening Bela, its so rewarding and relaxing even though it requires hard work. 🙂

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      • belasbrightideas
        Jul 08, 2015 @ 06:37:52

        … as she walks in after mixing manure and fish emulsion ‘stew’ for her fruit trees … yes, enjoying gardening takes up much of my life! I love it. Though having our 9 hens poses problems – I can’t top dress the trees with manure, or the chickens scratch it all out. Ditto the mulch. So my husband and I hatched the idea of making a liquid brew. I now have some 60 gallons of it starting to cook. I think the plants will love it! ❤

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  31. D.G.Kaye
    Jul 02, 2015 @ 05:13:03

    Fabulous garden Sue. Now I can see why you have your hands full. Your ginger-haired granddaughter is beautiful. How blessed. xo 🙂

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 11:00:44

      Hi Deb.. Yes life is busy within the Dreamwalker house-hold and none more so when we have our granddaughter to stay over.. We are indeed very blessed. and I have been enjoying the Summer Sun.. and leaving the lap top lid more closed 🙂 as I have opened up books to read in the shade .. A very enjoyable week.. entwined with working in the allotments, and I painted the front half of our home outside.. Needless to say I over did it.. and so today the lap top is open.. Feet are up, as its overcast outdoors.. as I catch up with such beautiful comments as yours and others here on my posts..
      I hope you enjoyed the 4th of July.. and a Happy Sunday to you xx Hugs Sue

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  32. Jay
    Jul 02, 2015 @ 19:20:14

    I’d be chuffed about digging up my own potatoes too!

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  33. Ines Radman
    Jul 03, 2015 @ 00:43:38

    Your garden is simply lovely Sue. I’m too lazy to take pictures of mine but you have the same hoop houses that I do. This winter I am going to cover 2 long beds and grow under them but I’m really looking forward to having our balcony closed in glass next week so i will literally have a greenhouse next to my kitchen. Great job and I love what you are doing. Hope to get some of mine posted soon. I’m now picking cukes, zuccini, lots of beans and lettuce, strawberries as well. This fall I have cleared out the front yard and will be growing potatoes as well.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 10:54:36

      Your balcony green house sounds to be an amazing idea.. I remember the views you took of your garden from your balcony and was impressed with all you had grown the other year.. Sounds like your won garden is doing well also.. many thanks for repaying the visit.. always good to see you Ines.. x

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  34. aussieian2011
    Jul 03, 2015 @ 07:39:45

    Your little friend has a great sense of safety Sue, he knows he has nothing to fear from you, just his mousy shyness stops him from getting too friendly.
    I admire your enthusiasm with your garden, you can see the enjoyment and love returned in the beautiful bountiful growth.
    Cheers.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 10:52:36

      Thank you Ian.. I just wish that love could be felt by the white and black fly who are also enjoying the pleasures of my garden right now.. 🙂 Organic has its ups and downs.. and those little white flies are having a feast on my Kale at the moment.. 🙂 Hugs right back at you Ian.. and thank you for your lovely comment my friend

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  35. lscotthoughts
    Jul 03, 2015 @ 17:52:03

    Your garden is beyond amazing, Sue, and your granddaughter is beyond adorable! You are blessed, my friend…have a blessed weekend filled with light and love. Sending hugs your way, too…xo

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  36. cat
    Jul 04, 2015 @ 15:08:10

    … o what a sweet pic of ur granddaughter, Sue … smiles … blessed be, friend … love u, cat.

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 05, 2015 @ 10:49:18

      Hi Cat.. lovely to see you.. Yes we are blessed.. and I have been taking time out to enjoy her company and relax in the garden and read.. Hope to catch up with you shortly xxx Hugs Sue

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  37. Shakti Ghosal
    Jul 05, 2015 @ 12:17:15

    Dear Sue,

    As humans, we remain conditioned to be soothed by the colour Green. I have always wondered why it is so. It does seem to be a societal disposition that seems to have flowed down the millennia.

    I suppose, apart from our senses being soothed by a ‘green’ outdoors, we also get to live in the moment, don’t we? Your brief tete-a tete with the mouse is a case in point…..

    Loved the post. My blessings go out to your grand-daughter, hope she liked those freshly dug out spuds!

    Shakti

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 07, 2015 @ 13:23:12

      Thank you dear Shakti..
      Our connection with Mother Earth is as old as time itself.. For me personally connecting within the earth, growing seeds, planting and clearing weeds.. ( weeds being the name of things we do not wish to grow ) for all things have purpose and many a Weed has wonderful healing properties.
      But yes we connect and feel soothed and refreshed because we do not realise the connection we have with our Earth Mother is still strong.. We are healed within our vibration as we ‘Earth’ and ‘Ground’ ourselves within her soil, and trees, water and oceans.. And research shows we have the same frequency.. 🙂 Beat if you like..

      We should all of us try to live in the ‘moment’ I agree with you Shakti.. but modern day living has for the most part made our lives Rush around at speed… Time being money.. and Money being made the Be all and end all in life..
      Yet without nature, without Food, without Water, without the right environment we could not sustain life..

      One day maybe more will learn to appreciate the ‘Little things’ in life.. 🙂 I so hope so.. 🙂 and I so appreciate you taking time out to comment and visit dear Shakti..
      Blessings to you and Yours my friend
      Sue

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  38. kowkla123
    Jul 05, 2015 @ 12:26:01

    Liebe Sue, ich hoffe, es ist bei ihnen nicht so heiß, hier Gewitter und Hitze, einen schönen Sonntag, Klaus

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  39. Wendell A. Brown
    Jul 05, 2015 @ 19:58:48

    You know, I love pictures and I was just like your grand-daughter when I was very young about 5-6 when i was guided by my mom to plant vegetables in her backyard, string beans, tomatoes and the lot…it taught me that i could always feed myself and i would never starve…but it also showed and taught me the beauty of creation. Your grand daughter is lovely. Beautifully shared…have an amazing week ahead Sue. Hugs, love and blessings to you and your family!

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    • Sue Dreamwalker
      Jul 07, 2015 @ 13:06:18

      Dearest Wendell, lovely to see you here my friend.. and what a lovely memory too you have shared… Yes gardening is indeed creative and as we blend together within Nature she brings her balm and soothes our spirit.. Many thanks my friend for your visit..

      You always bring me a smile to my face when I see you.. I hope also you and yours are well? and that your week is bountiful and productive and full of harmony..

      Love and Blessings Sue xx

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  40. CMSmith
    Jul 05, 2015 @ 19:59:22

    You’re still cultivating a beautiful and bountiful garden it seems. Lovely to see it. I hope all is well with you.

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  41. irenedesign2011
    Jul 06, 2015 @ 06:46:23

    Very beautiful Sue 😀

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  42. beverley
    Jul 06, 2015 @ 09:04:50

    lovely garden and photos. having a lovely life 🙂 xxx

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  43. lavendermoongirlblog
    Jul 07, 2015 @ 10:18:19

    Your granddaughter is growing well too Sue ! What a great crop of potatoes.
    I’d like to grow them next year hopefully. Blessings x 🙂

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  44. Kourtney Heintz
    Aug 16, 2015 @ 04:35:44

    Your granddaughter is adorable. Love your garden. 🙂

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