Thursday, August 1, 2013

A Path

Looking into the street, below.  Without my garden 5-6 homes would be visible, 2 streets + stop sign.


Looking into the path, above, from the street, below.


Yesterday, someone said about my garden , "You cannot walk in it."
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Perhaps this day you aren't meant to walk in my garden.  Its narrative stepping from metaphor caressing the spirit.
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Going within, and to my garden, to do Jung's universal, "Our lives are about getting our outside to match our inside."
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How can you not see, my garden lets me fly to realms not meant to be walked.
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Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
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Pics shot in my garden yesterday.



7 comments:

Henhurst Interiors said...

It is beautiful and no doubt brings you much joy - you have described that perfectly.
xo,
Phyllis

Lori Buff said...

It is beautiful.

Mona said...

I love this Tara..we have been turning our front yard into a non mow because of the erosion that has happened over the years. letting the soil build itself back into something fertile...we surely get rude comments like I didn't know you lived there anymore...It is a work in progress and it is my yard. LOL
Mona

Kathy said...

So lovely!

View of the River said...

Your garden takes my breath away. Wish you could sit in mine and do this magic! Thank you

lady jicky said...

I do love a secret path and that is what you have !!!

Patricia said...

Thank you for validating my style! We started with the front and sides of the house about 15 years ago. One day, a like-minded friend saw my back yard and exclaimed, "Oh, but your back yard is just lawn!"... that started me working on the back. As Mona (above) mentioned, we get rude and questioning comments all the time, "Aren't you afraid that some animal or someone could hide behind the bushes?" ........... I LOVE