Transformations

DSC_8011AIt just knocks my socks off to see the return of fruit in our garden. The strawberry plants survived the few frost nights we had this “winter”.

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The orange trees have delivered all their fruit, and we have only just finished juicing the last of the oranges. Today the same trees are bursting with new blooms — so many blossoms that the open dining room window delivers their fragrance into the house even now, at 8 in the evening.

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13 thoughts on “Transformations

    1. I’m SO happy to be here, Gigi. There are some downsides, for sure, but even more upsides. For me it’s a good fit. And all the fruit in the yard is just a gift from Mother. I take no credit.

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    1. Oh, that’s not a juicer — it’s a carpal tunnel machine. (Seriously, we have to buy a military grade juicer for next year.)
      We’re drinking juice morning, noon and night. I’m enjoying a tall glass of grapefruit juice at this very moment. We could use some help!

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      1. LOL – carpal tunnel machine – that’s a good one! You need one of those leverage-handle ones with a downward arm-crank. I wouldn’t be much help with the juice drinking… excessive acidity gives me canker sores. 😦

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