That's so cool, Mary! I love how "stunned" folks looked as they walked by each little "garden." Shows you how much our souls long for God's created beauty, and how dull our concrete-lives are without it. Glad you shared this!Love you,Lori
Oh Mary...that is just the cutest most environmentally PSA I have ever seen! Brilliant! like the Londoners would say :)
Oh, I enjoyed this very much Mary! Those little gardens were very pretty. I hope you are well on your mountain, keeping cozy!
Keep calm and cast on - great advice, even for those of us who do not knit. It certainly beats "get nervous and cast about" - for nearly any solution. Just sayin' Blessing to you.
I came to Blog Land this morning to be inspired. THIS has really inspired me. I kept thinking "When life gives you pot holes, plant a garden" as I watched it. I did cringe at the dog who decided to water it and the dog walker who let him. I will probably be thinking about that on and off all day, and I am positive it is going to make its way into a lesson for my class or a retreat someday.LOVED that!
Fabulous! A wonderful message to the human heart. Take the time to beautify (by flowers, by words and smiles...) and people take notice!Blessings, Debbie
Cute! Boy, that gardener would be busy in MN in the springtime with all our potholes -- there's only 2 seasons in MN, winter and road construction. :) Blessings my friend!
Is everything O.k.? I'm praying that all is well and that the joy of the Lord is your strength today.Blessings, Debbie
Thank you, each sweet comment brightens my day. Blessings!