My partner Bill and i go outdoors together and engage in parallel play. He does wood; i do dirt. He looks up to the trees around our house; i look down to flowers and weeds. Occastionally we call to each other, "Hey! I need a consultation over here." We enjoy the benefit of an extra pair of eyes and another mind with creative ideas.
In the evening, after dinner, we stroll through the gardens. He plans which branches to prune; i decide which plants to move. The effect is gracious as he subtracts trees at the edge of the woods, and i add flowering plants.
Ceasing and arising. Arising and ceasing. The garden is never the same garden at dawn as it is at dusk.
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Posted by Cheryl Wilfong at 6:23 AM
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