It is beginning to look like Spring, so I planted pansies in my large pot by the front door. They can get straggly at the end of Spring, so I planted a planter in the middle and just planted bits of pansies along the edge. This way I can just lift it out and plant red geraniums for summer.
So, I added a matching wreath to the door of the Gazebo.
Susan Branch's amazing new book called Martha's Vineyard, The Isle of Dreams. I have to say that my copy came with one of her lovely bookmarks because I ordered it through her web site. I think that it should also come with a package of Kleenex, preferably covered in one of her lovely designs.
I found some lovely Vintage music about Spring today.
"I would wake up at night longing for something that no longer existed, more than just Cliff or the marriage or even my old life, I mourned for the believing thing."
I met my first husband when I was just seventeen and we were together thirteen years, married for four years. One day he just said he didn't want to be married anymore. I found out later there was another woman and there had been many affairs. It made me a stronger woman, but like Susan said in her book, "I still miss the believing thing." When someone breaks your heart, you miss the believing thing more than that person.
I'll write when the baby arrives. Until then, have a lovely day.