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Added on by suana verelst.

i have to admit that for a while now, I haven't had much of an inclination nor the energy to post on the blog or for that matter online - perhaps i can compare my present state to a sprout, sprouting, privately nourishing and fostering the energy within.

here's june's observations ...

je dois avouer que pour un certain temps déjà, je n'ai pas eu beaucoup d'inclination ni l'énergie de poster sur le blog ou d'ailleurs en ligne - peut-être que je peux comparer cet état actuel avec une pousse, pousser, nourrisser et favoriser l'énergie dedans en privé.

voici les observations du mois de juin ...


Added on by suana verelst.

it's been a while that i've lost myself completely in nature. this weekend was just the right time to do just that. walk, observe and smell the woodsy, mushroomy aromas [with a hint of snow ?] while the hooting of geese, high up above, accompanied us ...

c'était depuis quelques temps que je me suis complètement perdu dans la nature. cette fin de semaine était juste le bon moment pour le faire. marcher, observer et sentir les arômes de bois et des champignons [avec un soupçon de neige?] tandis que le cri des oies, là-haut, nous a accompagnés ...



Added on by suana verelst.

looking at the calendar makes me realize that summer all too quickly will make room for september and the eventual turning of leaves...
september ... more about that ... very soon!
wishing you a glorious weekend!





Added on by suana verelst.

early this morning, while watering my vegetable [balcony] garden, i was greeted by a most electrifying heavenly blue Ipomoea violacea, commonly known as morning glory.

what more does one need but nature's glory as inspiration ? this blue seems otherworldly or of a spiritual nature, it makes me calm and introspective, it seems complete and this makes me content.

wishing you an inspirational week! xx


Added on by suana verelst.

after the heavy rains of last week, the tiny basil sprouts rear their little heads, the morning glory is itching to find something to climb on and the small tomato plants try to soak up as much sun as they can muster. could it be that i find grace in these little creatures ? something endless, silent, inspirational and powerful ?

after my first failed attempt to grow a balcony vegetable garden i am trying for success this time. maybe with a mini bit more wisdom and knowledge of my previous failures. and here is a


for those who are aiming for that ultimate urban balcony agricultural experience....

wishing you an inspirational week!