Ice Storm

Wow! The photo is our garden shed after the ice storm broke the trees around it.
This summer, there were flowering vines, purple millet and flowers on the right, bird houses and flowers on the left.
The best thing to do is wait until the ice melts to assess a plan of action. Don't try to remove any tree branches unless they are blocking something like a driveway or door. Pulling on them now could cause even more damage.
I've been searching for this poem for you and found it this morning. Enjoy.
The kiss of the sun for pardon
The song of the birds for mirth
One is nearer to God's heart in the garden
Than anywhere else on earth

Dorothy Gurney 1858 - 1952


jtoles said…
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Anonymous said…
Mr Toles I am interested in your magazine. WIll it be about Muskogee- / gardening If so would like to subscribe.

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