John Wooden once said, “The main ingredient of stardom is the rest of the team.” And while I promise to be back with a bit more substance to the daily posts, it’s a perfect time to send your questions or comments. I received a great email from a follower just the other day about garlic scapes and loads of links. Hearing what takes place in your own gardens is always a pleasant surprise throughout the course of a busy day. And by the way, don’t forget garlic is a late Fall planting. And if you need more information, check the Annie’s Gardening Corner archives. Look for the search button in the left hand menu bar as there’s quite a variety pack of info in there, too.
So besides the Daylily workhorses (an obvious Annie favorite) that keep churning out dazzling daily blossoms even in this drought and heat, we can’t forget our produce as one of the garden stars in the team. Don’t you just love snacking on a sweet bite-size tomato while you do a daily garden check?
I promise to get back to a better routine with the blog postings. But for today, remember John Wooden’s words. “The main ingredient of stardom is the rest of the team.” Hope to hear from you. And have a great weekend in the garden.
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Hi — very nice metaphors! I teach holistic practitioners how to build their businesses, and I use the idea of the “personal compost pile” quite a lot in reference to life experiences many people would throw away or ignore. When you allow your whole life to be part of who you are now, you obtain quite a wonderful yield from every day! So, like Jillian, I’ll probably borrow the phrase, too because it works on so many levels.Delhi Flowers
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