27 thoughts on “The Path

  1. lammjane

    You are so right the path forward is not always clear. I look forward to seeing this path in June/July because I know you will help the path move forward beautifully.

    Love, Jane

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      Jane, I’ve been anxious to begin cleanup in the garden but it is too wet to think about it. I picture a desolate dry July when I am longing for rain!

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      My sister gave me the windchimes a few years ago and they make the meditation circle even more special. The video isn’t loading on my browser today, did you see it or did you just hear the audio. I decided to try the block editor again, so don’t know if the problem is related to that or what else it could be. I may recreate the page in the classic if I get time, just to check.

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      1. pbmgarden Post author

        Bummer. That’s what happened to me. I just changed the video setting “preload” from metadata to auto to force the video to load.

  2. Kristine Peterson

    Yikes! The path isn’t clear or particularly safe from the look of it. I hope you get a chance to dry out soon. In contrast, it appears we’re facing the driest year we’ve had yet. No one can call Mother Nature even-handed.

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  3. Beth@PlantPostings

    Oh gosh, it seems the weather is extreme for most of us right now, in one way or another. We have loads of snow and polar temperatures that won’t quit. I’m a little worried about the snow melt once the warmth returns. I hope your rain will let up a bit soon!

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  4. tonytomeo

    Gee, I think we got more rain than you did in the last three months. We do not get much rain here, but it all arrives at the same time. My former neighborhood gets about a foot or rain annually. It is only a few miles away, but is in the rain shadow on the other side of the Santa Cruz Mountains. Trona gets about four inches of rain annually.

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      We’re hovering above freezing. The colder blast went just north of us. I do hope you’ll stay safe and snug at home and that the weather will improve soon.

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  5. Annette

    Sad to see your garden flooded, Susie, pretty similar here, it’s not very inviting to do anything in the garden right now. Gladly we’re on a hill though. We always get lots of rain in winter so this is quite normal although I’d love to see it spread more evenly throughout the year. I hope the rain will stop and drain before the roots die. Keep your chin up x

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      We have not had snow to speak of but it’s been cold and dreary–58% of the days this year have seen rain (26 of 45 days). Hope Spring is nearby for us all.

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  6. Cathy

    Rain for days on end is miserable, I know. We actually had water standing in our garden in January during a very rainy thaw! The trees in your neighbourhood will love it though, and will soak it all up really quickly. Still, hope it stops soon and you get some blue sky! 😃

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