Morning on the farmlet.

(In a perfect world, I would encourage you to open this in another window, to play while you read this short post: Glorious by MaMuse)

Morning haul: rhubarb, fresh eggs, Egyptian Walking onions, kale, spinach, arugula.

Morning haul: rhubarb, fresh eggs, Egyptian Walking onions, kale, spinach, arugula.

There’s less time right now to blog, as spring’s garden tasks and the busy season for catering combine with teaching and not enough rest. But here’s some photos of how insanely lovely it is right now. And that garden is beginning to pay back our care with food.

It seems magical, every time- that you can combine sun and good earth and water, and end up with sustenance and beauty- we are so blessed.

A clematis in riotous bloom.

A clematis in riotous bloom

“In the springtime, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” ~Margaret Atwood

Until next time,

~Fae

About faegood

Nerd. Cook. Animal lover. Pen for hire.
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