I decided that it's about time for me to start walking once again. I've let my life get a little bit out of order in so many ways that it's time to get back on track and stop neglecting myself. I know when I take care of myself, I have more time to take care of others.
I woke up at 7 o'clock this morning, a little later than I would like to get up, but that's better than what I've been doing. I'm working on not staying up so late so I can get up earlier. The day seems to be so much longer when I get up early.
Our garden is pretty much done for the summer but we still have a lot of potatoes in the ground. On my way back home from my walk, I stopped in the garden to "dig" up as many as I could carry in my shirt that I turned into a little "pouch".
The only things to fall upon these Kennebec potatoes were rain and sunshine; nothing else.
So far, out of all of the things that we grew in the garden this year, potatoes have been my favorite thing to harvest.
It's almost like magic!
I pull away the hay that we used for mulch, and there, just under the dirt, these amazing treasures sit.
Everyday is a gift!
And so is the ability to garden.
I look forward to getting another chance in the future to see what it is that we can harvest.