Garden fairies here.
We are garden fairies and we have come in from all the rain for two very important reasons.
The first very important reason is of course to dry ourselves out. It has been raining for two days. But we are not complaining. Christmas day was very sunny and mild and we hear the people didn’t even wear coats when they went outside.
Then the day after Christmas, when it was raining, Carol went outside at one point, when there was a lull in the rain, and found a couple of violas blooming.
She let out a little “whup” and took a bunch of pictures of them, one of which we have absconded and posted on our blog post because after all, we garden fairies are totally one hundred and ten percent responsible for all the flowers around this garden.
Which reminds us. We were none too happy to see the Camellias posting on this blog the other day. Like they are going to take over for us? No way. We are garden fairies and we are the official guest posters on this blog.
Anyway, we came in out of the rain for the important reason of drying ourselves out. There was another important reason we came inside and now we are out of time so we will have to write about that other very important reason some other time. When we have time. And when we remember what it is.
In the meantime, we hope Carol gets back to blogging soon on her own. Really, we garden fairies and those Camellia sisters are the only ones keep this blog going right now.
The Garden Fairies at May Dreams Gardens, where it is wet and cold and everyone is happy it isn’t snowing. Or icing. Or sleeting.
P.S. We hear Carol might write something on New Year’s Eve. Something about two rabbits named Fifteen and Sixteen. We are garden fairies. We’ll believe it when we see it, but don’t try to use that logic on us. You can’t see us but we are writing here, so that should be enough…
Now I can't stop pondering what the other important thing could be….
Cindy, MCOK says
You garden fairies are as big a tease as Carol!
Lisa at Greenbow says
Sweet little viola.
oh, those fairies!
This made my day I thought I was the only one who believed in the fairies, I was so glad to read this post. I have not been gardening for long, and usually September maybe October I take all plants in the house, the ones that have not died yet. So should I be leaving everything outside? I found this site very interesting, if you don't mind I think I will tag along with you.
Real winter is dragging its feet, but I don't mind. I also have a flower blooming here and there. And since we should have snow instead of flowers, well, I can really appreciate a random flower popping up!
Thanks for shared this info with us..I don't know about you, but I've just spent several months dreaming about my garden. What will I grow? What changes will I make?