Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Fall Where They May

I just spent half an hour picking peas in the garden. I sat on my little gardening stool and picked and ate to my heart's content. I let the pods fall where they may.
For those of you who listened to my radio documentary you'll understand how good and freeing it is to just let things fall where they land, instead of trying to throw the evidence out of sight.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

That sounds like freedom, Hope.
Mich

Jim said...

Started to comment on the "Growth Opportunity" post yesterday, just to say congratulations on the journey so far, but left the computer for one reason or another and am just returning. It's always a good visit here and I'm getting used to finding you elsewhere with comments that feed me as well. I do remember what "pea picking" refers to, even though it also conjures up recollections of Tennessee Ernie Ford.....

dirtydishes said...

Awesome! Thanks so much for sharing that,Hope! I am so glad you enjoyed those peas, and did not have to hide the pods. That had to have been very liberating. Thanks so much for being here every day sharing your journey!

paulwchambers said...

my kids love to sit around shelling peas they have grown, and as it should be the pods end up anywhere...

Mary LA said...

A perfect image for a summer's day, you sittingon your garden stool munching fresh peas!

Love

Mary LA