Always wanted to start a garden but afraid you didn’t have enough time or know how? Well fret no more–you have enough of BOTH.
Seriously. Next week we begin our series “Ashley and Julie’s Garden — follow their progress!” These two have always wanted their own garden, but were reluctant to take that first step, concerned it would lead them down a road on a downhill slide. Not fun. So instead they politely reply, “I’d love to start a garden, if only I had the time.”
Typical, right? For many women these days, it is difficult to find the time. Between kids and work and husband and life–who has extra anything to wander through brilliantly layered rows of a vegetable garden–despite the desire pumping through their veins, the urge screaming for release…
Oh–wait. That’s the kids in the bathroom. Real life aside, these women yearn for the luxury of snipping fresh lettuce for their salad, clipping fresh beans to include on the dinner menu, pulling sweet carrots for the most delectable carrot muffins–and they can. Once they catch on to the secrets of simple garden management, they can enjoy the benefits of growing their own vegetables. Have kids? Believe it or not, they’ll relish the adventure and together you will experience more joy than you ever dreamed possible.
It’s the simple things. Make that easy-to-do-and-not interrupt-my-schedule things that add quality to our every day moments. So, if YOU have ever wanted to have your own garden but thought it utterly impossible, stay tuned: we’re going to change your mind!
Series begins Tuesday. Ashley will utilize a raised planter bed frame while Julie will opt for an in ground garden. Join us, won’t you?
Trust me. We’ll have fun.