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The day we marked as the first day the girls would deliver has gone and now it is a daily waiting game.  I walk to the barn every morning with my cup of coffee and look or listen for a  new birth.  In moments, I will start my journey to the barn.  Many of the girls will deliver around 10 o’clock.  I do not know why.

We spent the whole afternoon in the main garden trimming and planting new perennials.  We pulled weeds and secured a tuteur so the winds do not blow it over again.  Several clematises have been trained on different sides of the structure.  We are hoping for a glorious show this year.

Today is Earth Day and I must decide what to do for the earth.

April 22, 2019


© William Churchill 2014