On new beginnings.

Making space for new things is surprisingly refreshing.

Spring is just around the corner here in New Zealand and I’m chomping at the bit to get out and start gardening. Fortunately, I’ve learned that gardening this early isn’t always a good idea because sometimes we can get late frosts here in Christchurch.  Instead of planting, I’ve decided to use this time for preparing — cutting down the old and making way for the new. I’m finding myself doing the same in other aspects of my life. It’s surprisingly refreshing and less painful than I thought it would be. I’ve been letting go of all sorts of things and hoping new new things will come along soon. Change hasn’t always come easily for me, but I think as I grow older, I’ve realized that nothing ever really stays the same and that I shouldn’t expect it to.

A great friend of mine recently started a blog and inspired me to do the same, except where hers has a good, solid theme, my posts will most likely cover a broad range of topics including but not limited to gardening, cooking, cats, and more cats. Of course there will most likely be a slew of other things thrown in, but you can expect to see those three, for sure!

If you do decide to follow this blog, thank you! I hope you enjoy the ride and don’t mind too much when I wander off on tangents now and then. :)


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. boyssmell
    Sep 07, 2011 @ 18:42:43

    These are all things I wish I had in my life. Can’t really garden, so maybe ill have to do some pots next year. Cooking, I will follow your every word. And cats, how I miss thee! I am super excited for your awesome blog.


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