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Shortly after Easter this year I got a very bad concussion that left me on full bed rest for three weeks and semi bed rest for another 3 weeks. For the first three weeks after the diagnosis I was not allowed to use a computer or a phone. I could not even watch TV. I was only allowed to sleep or take a walk if I felt good. The first couple of weeks were hard. The following weeks were better as I learned how to pace myself. I realized that my body was quite adept at letting me know when it had had enough. And so I listened to me and surprisingly, I learned a lot about myself. 
For the first time in my life I was able to rest without guilt and it was wonderful. I unplugged and reconnected with nature and it made me incredibly happy. This enabled me to see ME for the first time in what seemed like forever and I started to understand what was missing in my life, what I needed and what I no longer needed. 
For a very long time I have equated my worth with …

Log pathways

 

We were driving by a house the other day and I noticed a whole bunch of logs just laying there on the edge of the property. They were just begging to be picked up. As we passed by all I could think of was how wonderful they'd look in my garden. Unfortunately this time of year is not the time to be starting a large garden project, and we really had no where to store them until next Spring, so I had to leave them there. However, nothing prevented me from showing you how you could incorporate some old wooden logs into your garden so here are a few ideas!



I love the idea of using the logs as part of a pathway to the vegetable garden. I really like how the round shape of the log pieces look surrounded by the rectangular shape of the planting beds. 


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