Wednesday, March 18, 2009

"You Never Know what a New Day will bring"


Cecil and I were very happy to see that the Peach Tree made it through the Winter and came forth as healthy and beautiful as could be...reminds you of the poem " I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree" < am I getting too mushy here :o)...We worried being so old if we would live to see this tree grow and bear fruit...well, so far so good...just to see that it lives is one blessing..
I think it was a good stimulus to get us off our butts yesterday..and go see about the other two trees we wanted...a Fugi and an Red Delicious...We both felt so compelled to put on some clothes and hurry out....which we did even though the weather was a little dreary..there was promise of sun later...

7 comments:

Deborah said...

Your trees look great. Mine haven't done so well. I don't know what to do about it either.

The Gingerbread House said...

Cecil gave ours some fertilizer in the fall and also gave them some for Spring today and kept them watered. and he works the ground around them...I think it's already warm enough where you are, to do that....Ginny

ladydi said...

What a great day to play outside! My dad used to say that, too, about living long enough to see his trees bear fruit. He did! Now some other people are enjoying the fruits of his labor.

Kathleen from Eggs In My Pocket said...

Hi Ginny! Finally caught up on your posts. So excited to see you planting your trees! I love it when trees bloom! Hope you get a lot of fruit! blessings,Kathleen

The Gingerbread House said...

Thanks Kathleen, I'm ready to can them :o) Ginny

Daisy said...

Very pretty little tree, Ginny! I'm glad to hear it is doing well. :D

The Gingerbread House said...

Daisy, She is the best looking Peach in the World :o)Ginny