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Garden Fairy Chronicles

June 28, 2010

There is such joy to be found in sharing the garden with my little garden fairy. Each day is full of laughter and new discoveries. If the energy and enthusiasm of children could be bottled, it could cure all the hurts of the world.

Garden chores aren’t chores at all when the garden fairy is helping.

The creatures that live in the garden are more fun to discover than ever with tools all pink and girlified.

What better way to learn about composting than from tossing the pods of freshly picked and eaten peas into the garden to feed the summer veggies.

The garden fairy has been a cat for as long as I can remember, but has recently been trying on some other garden visitor personalities. The latest involves nest building and speaking in tweets.

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The Garden Fairy Chronicles is my contribution to the kinderGARDENS project. The goal is to get more kids out into the garden. This week’s links can be found here, at the inadvertent farmer, or you can click the button below for all the details.

Inadvertent Farmer

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 28, 2010 11:17 am

    Every garden needs a garden fairy…you’re is completely adorable! Great post, Kim

  2. June 30, 2010 9:42 pm

    It’s nice to have a little helper!

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