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During the 2020 covid-19 pandemic Lockdown here in Connecticut, US, I added a new flower bed to my yard. Some of the flowers in it were annuals, and some were perennials.
Last year (2021), I had a problem with my left hand, and was unable to do any weeding, etc. As a result, all of my flower garden efforts in 2020 were for naught, because weeds overtook all of the gardens again.
So now, in 2022, I am once again trying to reclaim the flower beds. I started with the round (circle) garden. The three Sage (Lavender?) plants are new, and filled in spaces where annual plants had been. I also planted some seeds that I harvested, which I hope sprout.
I've seen the world
Done it all, had my cake now
Hot summer nights
Hot summer days
Will you still love me when I'm no longer young and beautiful?
Will you still love me when I've got nothing but my aching soul?