Sometimes You Have to Make Hope Happen
It’s still snowy here in Vermont and I am getting a case of the winter blahs. I decided if spring won’t come, then I will take matters into my own hands and fill my house with greenery. There’s a poem written in the 17th-century that talks about a specific greenery that would be placed on mantels in the season of Lent. It’s an interesting choice as the green would often be used at funerals.
So come and join me at the farm and hear more about this poem (which you can find here at https://allpoetry.com/Ceremonies-For-Candlemas-Eve.
What do you plan to plant in your spring gardens? What do you adorn your home with in this time of waiting for spring? I would love to hear from you.