Garden Bloggers' Muse Day: Do Something Today...
|Brent geese take flight at sunset at Keyhaven nature reserve, Hampshire, late November 2017.|
"Do something today your future self will thank you for" ~ Unknown. This is a great quote for New Year's Day and the ultimate resolution!
Looking at the last few Muse Days I've posted, it's obvious I'm ripe for trying out new things, just like I was when I started this blog. I've signed up to try walking netball and Rock Choir already, and I'm looking forward to the Try Something New event at the Neeld Hall soon. I wonder if this is the year I finally pluck up my courage and go to the Chippenham Ukuleles sessions ('scuse pun).
Garden and travelwise, I'm looking forward to a trip to Ashwood Nurseries in February and the Garden Bloggers Fling in Texas in May. It'll be interesting to see gardens from a totally different climate to mine, as well as experiencing what Texas has to offer, Austin in particular.
I'm going to try growing Lithops from seed in Jane's Houseplant sowalong and my Flowers for Mum project is set to morph into Tomatoes for Aunt Gwen this year. More on those projects anon. Apologies if posts are a bit hit and miss over the next few months - family needs are a priority with our time being divided between Poole, Birmingham and here.
Despite personal circumstances I'm still looking forward to lots of positive things for 2018. Bring it on.
May 2018 be a good one for you dear reader. Are you trying something new this year?