Focus on My Garden

With so much going on in the world — wars, unrest, shootings, wind-driven horrors — is it any wonder that I focus on my garden? Out there in my yard, all is serene.

Well, except when the wind is blowing, and even then, all is serene because I am inside looking out. (Apparently, the winds really have been bad this year — dustbowl bad. It’s not just my perception.)

Oh, so weird! MSWord wants me to change the word “bad” in the above paragraph to “bid” or “bidden.” What the heck?!

Maybe I’ll just stick with pictures today. As far as I know, there is no spellcheck-type program for images, though I’m sure, with all the “big brothering” online, it will be coming soon.

All these pictures were taken in my yard this morning. From the stately oriental iris to the humbler wildflower patches, there were plenty of photo opportunities! And plenty of beauty for me to focus on.

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Pat Bertram is the author of intriguing fiction and insightful works of grief.

3 Responses to “Focus on My Garden”

  1. Judy C Galyon Says:

    You have such a marvelous garden that I am surprised that one of the magazines hasn’t come to photograph aall the beauty.

  2. Carol J. Garvin Says:

    Beautiful, Pat! Gardens are the perfect place to focus when the world around us is going crazy.


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