How brave a ladybug must be!
Each drop of rain is big as she.
Can you imagine what you’d do,
If raindrops fell as big as you?
The little lizard who captured my heart a few weeks ago didn’t make an appearance in the gardens this week. I missed him but on our way to the greenhouse we spotted the pretty little ladybug living in the patch of clover.
I’m a volunteer in the horticulture program, but I sure do get a lot out of the class. I feel good when I can help someone, even in the smallest way. It makes me feel useful.
I took photos of the students working yesterday, and although I’m not a photographer, the abundant sunlight and pretty gardens naturally make good pictures. The images depict what may only be known by those of us participating. I hope they will serve as a reminder to the students of the good times and ‘green healing’ we’ve had together.
I feel a bond forming in my heart for the students. I care about them. They are very special people.
Something happens while we work together in the gardens. Something that I don’t feel like I have the right words for yet. Personally, my heart and spirit is lifted and nourished. Based solely on my observations, I believe this good energy flows through the other students as well. I hope so.
I am most grateful for this opportunity. It is a blessing.
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