So true, but also easier said than done, especially in the midst of a global pandemic. Via @walkthetalkshow on Instagram.
It is such a pleasure to watch the changes in our garden as the days go by. I think it’s so important to see the beauty, to appreciate the incremental changes, and to realize that – for most of us – life goes on as our Winter turns into Spring.
Also, I did not realize that our peonies (in the last photo) are so ugly at this time of year?!
The epigraph from Time’s Convert, a novel by Deborah Harkness.
S’en sortir sans sortir.
Posted by a French family member on Facebook, it means getting oneself out (implied is ‘out of a difficult situation’) without getting out (out of the house).