I love the phrase “Walking on Sunshine” from the song by Katrina and the Waves. It was a pop hit in the mid-1980s. I’ve included a newer version below to enjoy! The song and phrase describe the delicious feeling of joy I feel when walking around town soaking up the sunshine and spring colors. My heart opens with joy, matching the plants that are bursting into new growth.
Let’s take a walk around my home, garden and town.
Here is my front yard, complete with the lovely creeping purple flox.
Next up is the view from my patio out to the beds along the west and north sides of my property. For perspective, none of the plants or beds were here when I moved in 4 years ago. It’s been a slow, but rewarding project.
This is my latest project to create a little interest along this long strip of fence. Next year, it should start filling out nicely.
Lastly, is the downtown Fayetteville square, where we have the local farmer’s market and many visitors who come to gawk at the lovely flowers! You can click on the photos to see them larger with more details.
May you walk on sunshine, bathing in beauty and joy!