Monday, June 8, 2009

Busy, busy, busy


Busy as a bee. That's the saying and boy am I ever. I'll hold my first class for Little Sprouts Gardening next weekend and I've been consumed with planning, preparation and paranoia. I'm really excited, but this is a whole new world I'm entering. I'm ecstatic to be doing anything related to gardening. It's also wonderful to have the chance to help introduce other little ones to the wonders of getting your hands dirty and nurturing something as it grows.
I apologize for my posts bing a bit sporadic, though. There's only so much time in the day, and unfortunately blogging has slipped a few notches. I hope everyone is well and I look forward to seeing your gardens !

10 comments:

Karen said...

Geez, when we start apologizing for not blogging about gardening because we are actually spending time... in the garden!?! that's when you know the world is getting nuts. I do the same thing, or at least I do in my head. I'm sure we will all understand and welcome you back when you have time to return. Good luck with your new venture, it sounds fab!

Darla said...

I wish you much success!

Gardeness said...

Karen: I haven't spent much quality time in my garden in the last week or so either! I got out a bit last night to weed but I see there's some overgrowth on the path that needs attention. Hope all is well in your garden.

Darla: Thank you. It will be fun.

Ellie Mae's Cottage said...

Best of luck and much success to you! It must be awesome to be teaching a gardening class. Can't wait to hear how things go with it. -Jackie

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

Yeah for your new adventure!! I hadn't seen you post about this, maybe I missed it. I'm going to pass it on to my sister. She's got an 18 month old and they live in the city.
Good luck!! :)

Tootsie said...

it's summer time and we are all a little bit busier than winter!!! have fun!

Jan said...

Good luck on your Little Sprouts gardening class. I am sure the kids will have fun.

Matron said...

Great to hear from you! Fantastic idea to get young people interested in gardening and growing things. Look what happened to me!

Tessa at Blunders with shoots, blossoms 'n roots said...

So glad you're getting it off the ground- It is fantastic and inspiring what you are doing. No worries- we all get busy :).

Pomona Belvedere said...

I think a lot of us have been out in the garden to the neglect of blogs, lately.

The Little Sprouts is such a good idea! Children take naturally to engaging with plants and dirt. And I think many grownups suffer from never having made the contact.