Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Busy in the garden


It was a warm day
The golden rays of Sister Sun shone down on Mother Earth
The Softearth lady put on her hat
She collected her spade from the garden shed
And went out into the cabbage patch
She loved being outside in the fresh air
And growing vegetables for her family to eat
The rhythm of the seasons were a joy to her
She always thanked Mother Earth,Sister Sun and Father Moon
For their help in providing such a bountiful harvest

Love and light Marie

15 comments:

  1. She's gorgeous

    I've nominated your blog to receive a sunshine award.
    If you fancy it, please pick it up here
    http://jac-bercreations.blogspot.com/
    Happy day :-)

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  2. It's so beautiful! I can't wait for gardening season to begin!

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  3. I love that she has a whole landscape behind her, she reminds me of myself working on the garden in the spring- I'm even a redhead.
    Oh, and congratulations on the award!

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  4. Marie,csodás, szépséges, szívmelengető!!!
    Mosollyal: Ilda

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  5. She's so beautiful! ♥ Barbara

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  6. Love the poem, the ode to mother earth, and your handiwork! You are gifted.

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  7. This is such a lovely and gentle spring post.

    Thank you!

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

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  8. Thanks for the comment on my blog today. You know, I've actually admired your work for quite some time on Etsy. I've recently tackled needlefelting myself, though all I've accomplished are dryer balls! (:

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  9. She fits perfectly into how beautiful it is outside and my excitement for spring gardening.

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  10. So glad to have found your blog. I didn't know you were in blogga logga land, too!!! Your creations are stunning!

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  11. She is lovely! I really like the things you make, they are beautiful.
    Thank you for your nice comment on my blog!
    Love, Annemiek from the Netherlands

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  12. I have to let you know how much your creations speak to my heart. I thought the Thumbelinas the most beautiful subjects ever felted, but then I saw the gardeners. They are earthy and real and full of gorgeous colors.

    It looks like I missed the giveaway, darn, volcanic ash clouds interrupting your travel will do that to you, but I am happy to see such beauty in art.

    Thank you so much for dropping in and writing back on my blog, it is always nice to hear from you, and appreciated!

    Bonne continuation!

    Angela

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