Monday, January 29, 2024

Sun And Power Issues And Recent Blooms From Yard Garden


Hello Sweet Hearts !

Hope beating beautifully on the rhythm of life and spreading your light around delightfully!
We missed our sun for more than three weeks almost .It seemed to appear slightly once in a while but went behind the cover of clouds again. Despite our winters are not that extreme it still hurts a little when sun is absent during colder days. Though we had slightly cooler winter this year and wore sweater after three years i believe .The next biggest challenge remained the disappearance of power absolutely . We tried to figure out on  google because it was without any announcement at all but there was no clue except some kind of maintenance in the system. Having power and sun both absent together made me think if our country power depends on solar system completely.
  Sharing few glimpse of recent winter yard below .This is nice to see how hubby's involvement in the garden is being rewarding by the grace of God!



    for me this is soulful view because sunrise and sunset display most awesome portrait of reality as whole which fills heart with awe and serenity at the same time. image taken ten day back when sky cleared from the fog and sun smiled calmly on the earthers . Within a moment the whole universe seems to be evident and vibrant wiht all it's splendor  ! gift of life more belongs to feeling astonishingly :)


    it was interesting to see  fresh plant surpassing the older plant bloom lot higher than it , made us wonder whether it will keep rising or show it's bud , not here but after some days few buds appeared eventually 
 
                            Nature hold joy for heart who look at it with an eye of awe 


                  the new planting available in nursery blooms faster ,hope will last longer as well 

                                              new leafy plant hubby brought few days back 


                                                               rose for all the blooming roses 

Keep being kind to yourself and all around you friends because this is going to follow you in all the worlds you will go through  because this is how nature works!

14 comments:

  1. Gorgeous flowers! Toronto has not received much sunlight this winter, very unusual.

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  2. That was a long time to be without any sunlight, Baili, and then to not have power as well. Hopefully, both have returned. We have little sunlight in recent days because of weather issues and now have some newly fallen snow ❄️ as of Sunday when a light snow followed morning rain. It is great to see your lovely garden flowers as it will be a number of months until anything is blooming outdoors. Your husband has been doing a very nice job.

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  3. We haven't had much sun here this winter either - along with a lot of cold weather, and now warmer weather and our snow is melting. Your blooms are gorgeous! I agree that everything feels so much better with sunshine! Your husband's hard work has made a beautiful space for you to enjoy! Many blessings to you dear friend!

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  4. Loss of power is frustrating. When it's cold like here our house cools off.

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  5. Thank you for sharing these lovely blooms, the rose is a beautiful colour.
    Lovely shadows in your first photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  6. That is a long time to not have sun shine, we can not rely on solar power when the sun isn't shining and on wind power when the wind is not blowing. Your garden is full of beauty and I like how you write with a touch of poetry in your words and in your soul.

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  7. Spring is announcing itself, baili.
    Have a great week

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  8. Lovely garden there Baili. Shame about the power but that's the way it is and nothing one can do about it, makes it hard though for doing cooking and watching TV and so on.
    Take care.

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  9. I hope your power issues are resolved. Your husband has a nice touch with the flowers.

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  10. People take Sunlight for granted and don't realise the potential of it.

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  11. I live in a place where we don't have much sunshine in winter (near Seattle), so I know how happy the sunshine makes you feel! The flowers are very pretty and I like the spotted plant. I hope you don't go too long without your power. A good time to read a good book, though. Sending blessings dear friend. xx K

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  12. Your husband nurtures beauty, Baili! My friend Joanne was my classroom "Grandma" for 25 years. She always told my kiddos that "kindness" was her favorite word. I think being kind, spreading kindness, is an important quality. Even a simple smile can change a person's day. I'm sorry that your power has been failing at times. How frustrating! I hope that it gets fixed soon! Take care, my friend! Hugs to you!

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