Gardener’s Prayer


Spring is here and it’s time to get back out into the garden. The new life of the flowers seems to spring up overnight, and their beautiful colors are a refreshing sight after a long winter. I enjoy all the seasons, but spring is my favorite because everything just feels so fresh. The birds start singing again, there are butterflies in the air, and you can feel that summer is on its way. As much as I like being outside in nature now, it hasn’t always been this way for me. But when I started gardening again last year—and even pulled weeds—I rediscovered how much I love getting my hands dirty and watching nature do its thing!

Spring is here with its fresh new bloom!

Spring is here with its fresh new bloom! Everything seems to be in full bloom. From the smell of fresh soil, to birds singing, bees buzzing and wind rustling through trees. And then there’s raindrops on leaves and roof tops as well!

We can get lost in such a beautiful world full of beauty and wonder if we just take time out of our busy schedules to enjoy it all. So I encourage you to go outside today and soak up some sun rays with a good book (or your phone), listen to nature’s sounds around you and enjoy some fresh air for at least 30 minutes each day this week!

Green fingers, dirt in the ears, working with nature is more than a pleasure.

Working with nature is more than a pleasure. It is a passion, a way of life and the best way to connect with yourself, your family and friends.

The beautiful sound of bees buzzing around the flowers as they pollinate.

The sound of bees buzzing around the flowers is something you hear every day, but it’s not something that you pay attention to.

It’s a beautiful sound, and it represents something very important in our lives: pollination. Pollination is how plants reproduce by growing seeds. The bees are helping this process by carrying pollen from one flower to another so that the seed can grow into an edible fruit or vegetable (like tomatoes). Bees also help make honey for food for humans and animals alike!

If you listen closely next time you see a bee flying around, or if you watch them on TV like I do sometimes when they go on adventures together (it’s too cute), listen carefully! You’ll hear them buzzing softly as they work hard collecting nectar from bright yellow flowers like dandelions and sunflowers so they can later pollinate other plants with their pollen during mating season…

It’s that time of year again. Thank heavens for gardening!

It’s that time of year again. Thank heavens for gardening!

Growing your own food is a great way to relieve stress and get back to nature. It’s a great way to get back to the simple things in life and it makes you appreciate what you’ve got since you know where it came from. Gardening also gives us the ability to get back to the basics, which can be comforting if we’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed out by other things in our lives (like work).

There is no better stress reliever than gardening or planting.

Gardening is a great way to get away from the city and spend time with family and friends. It is also a great way to get exercise, relax, and de-stress. There isn’t anything better than getting your hands dirty in the dirt!


The best thing about gardening is that it doesn’t have to be complicated. You can do it in your backyard or on a windowsill, and you don’t need expensive equipment or fancy tools. In fact, what really makes gardening a joy is the feeling of being surrounded by nature and knowing that something you created with your own hands is blooming right there before your eyes. Gardening also teaches us so much about patience, perseverance, humility and gratitude—all important lessons that can help us live more meaningful lives.

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