Kismet Gardening

 

So much of life is up to fate, to luck, to kismet.  Where you are at any particular moment, who you meet, what you overhear….

I have so much left to chance in my garden….and I generally let chance flourish (except for unattractive, to my eye, weeds).

For instance, I do not plant sunflowers…

 

But we have a bird feeder and the birds sometimes plant sunflowers for me.  I let them grow.

Phlox, coreopsis, daisies, and many other flowers move themselves about my flower beds.  I generally let them choose where they will grow.  It is interesting to see what happens to this garden of Kismet each year.

And what Kismet brings to my life each moment.

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About Retired woman

retired, dealing with parents recent deaths, wondering what lies ahead with the health of my spouse, overall enjoying each day, love cooking, gardening, travel, Grandsons, family, small town life
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