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April 10, 2016

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Rachel

What a beautiful post Carolyn. Such a lovely weave of metaphors and honestly.

Carolyn Hestand Kennedy

Thank you very much. I wrote this a while back and had a hard time finishing it, but I feel like I can mentally move forward now that it's out there.

Marilyn

Hi Carolyn,
So good to catch up with you today.
How brave of you to write about this.
Ah the big hole, but then that is just the perfect place to plant something!
Lots of love to you and your waiting garden and your little guy too.
xx, Marilyn

Fay Stout

I so much enjoyed your presentation at NHG on Home Plant Care and am just now going to your blog. And you are right... a blog is whatever you want it to be. It is therapeutic to write about your feelings and I have found it therapeutic to garden as well, but at times, even that can be overwhelming.

After the tornado destroyed our home the day after Christmas 2015, I was devastated. And one morning about 3AM when I couldn't sleep... I wrote in my blog. I needed to do it.

And now... I go to my little cottage garden to connect with nature as the plants and critters bring me peace and happiness.
"To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow."

Life does go on and we can only hope that it makes us stronger. Will look forward to more of your postings and hope our paths cross again.

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