Today I picked a handful of raspberries from my garden and ate them – they tasted like sunshine and sweet. I picked a handful of blueberries and ate them too – and a few tomatoes. This is one of the joys I get because I have a garden.
I became a gardener because I wanted:
- fresh food
- beautiful flowers
- to see nature up close and personal
- to see how my garden is a metaphor for my life
- a place to talk to God
- to move my body
- to have something to love and nurture
Now, I have all that and more. My husband and I built our garden boxes almost 10 years ago. I am the one who wanted the garden. Fortunately, he usually wants me to have what I want – and is willing to help. We plant, weed, water, fertilize, cut back, prune, remove diseased plants and pray over our garden. It happened because I wanted it and was willing to do what it took to have it.
As a Life Coach, I teach women how to get what they want in their lives. The first step is to know what you want and why.
I can help you discover your “What” and “Why”. Let’s talk.