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Wednesday, 13 October 2010

green




the leaves were green as can be just ten days ago, now they are turning. and falling. still, here's the proof: i saw green, a lot of green, just recently. k and i were sitting under that huge tree that first weekend of october, having lunch at emma am see.

now, i'm a city girl at heart. having grown up fairly close to the city centre, but with a big garden, i always felt like i had the best of both worlds. the only thing i would have wished for was growing fruit and vegetables in the garden. wouldn't it be perfect to pick berries and apples straight from the tree?, i would say to my mum. there was no way of convincing her, though. she had been preserving garden fruits her entire childhood, you see. for her, that idea wasn't exactly romantic.

i'm still dreaming of a garden. one day. soon.

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16 comments:

Sammi said...

Ah Kristina I love your Corner View...

I love Jane's blog, I miss her comments too!

jana said...

commenting on all of your posts in a row :)
i dream of a fruit and vegetable garden too, daily! it should still be possible to find a place to combine both worlds in berlin right?! that's one of the reasons i dream so much about living in that city...

l i s e said...

love the first photo
have a great corner day

Victoria said...

Lovely CV> The leaves look a wonderful green in the first photo. I'd love a larger garden to have space for growing food. Must be lovely to just pick your own dinner or lunch eh.

tanïa said...

Your first picture is pure beauty!
Dreaming of a garden? I would be lucky with even only a balcony...until then I visit my parents' garden as often as possible! ;o)

Cabrizette said...

I whishe you will have your own garden, one day... it's so pleasant ! Have a great week

le blÖg d'Ötli said...

You have a pretty garden! In mind? The first photo is really beautiful. Fingers crossed for your own garden, soon!

ibb said...

Lucky girl. In the middle of the city with a big garden...both worlds in one.

Bee said...

Too bad you can't come visit my garden . . . we've been spreading a smelly manure compost today! (Yes, these are the realities of country life.) Very few green leaves left; they are brown, gold and red, and falling rapidly to the ground.

Barbara said...

hope you had a great day! that green makes me miss summer days

P R I M O E Z A said...

so serene. lovely.

outi said...

nice to see that you have had a bit free time also after heavy working. looking for green and other colors.

here no green any more. everything yellow orange red..and soon falling from the trees.
i´m also dreaming of a garden. one day when with a bit more time to work in there too;)

Mandy said...

I've just planted my spring herbs and lettuces ... more for the love of food than the love of gardening.

Janis said...

Wishing you a lush garden with fruit trees and a vegetable bed to plant in - hoping this will happen for you in the very near future... Happy green :^)

Melanie said...

oh those green leaves are lovely.

alexandria said...

Gorgeous greens!

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