Day 9: Changing
Day 11: Winter WIPs

Day 10: Garden Lovers

When life is giving you rough spots there is always something to come along and give you a laugh. The garden certainly did that yesterday, as Smith walked in with a coupled pair of carrots. 


Apparently a pair of carrots can meet in the garden and like each other so much they can marry. 


Carrots, intertwined for life. Now that ought to make you smile. 


Smith put another smile on my face when he brought  some bulbs he'd found in the local nursery. I had not planned ahead and had no bulbs to plant in our new front garden.  I swear he found the last bulbs in town, which means our spring will be just a little brighter. The weather next weekend looks warmer than today, so I'll have time before winter sets in to get them in the ground. 

If anyone could be more grateful for their hubby, I'd like to meet them. You have no idea all he has done for me the past month. He is the best guy around. I think I hit the jackpot. 


I always wondered what carrots were getting up to underground! Smith is indeed a gardener and husband extraordinaire. You're going to have a beautiful reminder of how wonderful he is come spring. (Not that you need to be reminded; you're the most grateful person I know.)

It's certainly apparent that you have a pretty special husband. :-) And those carrots are the best.

Ha! Sweet carrots!! Crocus in spring! Smith is the sweetest guy ever!

Love this post, Margene! Smith reminds me of my husband. I won't fight you on who feels more grateful, you or me. :) Let's say we are equally blessed. I don't know how I would have gotten through all the rough spots this year without my encourager by my side.

This is so nice. We have keepers

You are indeed one blessed woman...

So many of us in our circle have been so blessed with our partners. Smith is indeed a keeper!

I know you hit the jackpot. He's a peach.
Those carrots are so funny!

Two carrots intertwining and unnatural and obscene lol! You can mail me my diploma from divinity (sticky candy) school. Your husband is a great guy!

He's certainly a keeper! There's nothing quite like having the perfect soulmate. :-)
(I bet that, if you and Smith were carrots, you'd find each other underground and grow together, too!)
Jackpot! (And you know what I would say about that. . . ) ;-)

Those carrots really made me smile! Thanks for that.

Awww - a carrot love story! :D

Yup, the carrots made me smile. But so did your love for Smith.

Aw Smith... thoughtful and practical = true love for sure! and those carrots - I had no idea there was all that going on underground...who knew!?

Jackpot! I'll say!Smisth's a keeper, for sure. And those carrots: WOW! As Mary says: Who knew?!


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