Howard At Rocky-Mountain-National-Park 5 October 2012

Howard At Rocky-Mountain-National-Park 5 October 2012

"Garden

"Gracie

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"Garden

Garden / Apple Orchard & Water-Melon PatchSeptember 2012

Garden / Apple Orchard & Water-Melon Patch
September 2012

Robins' Eggs (American Red-Breasted)

Robin (American) nest & eggs located in Garden-Arbor
Spring 2011

"Garden Arbor"

Garden-Arbor that Howard made from scrap lumber several years ago

"Strawberry

Rotted-Out Chevy Truck (1965) 7 April  2012

Rotted-Out Chevy Truck (1965)
7 April 2012

"Garden

"Garden

GardenSeptember 2012

Garden
September 2012

Garden (Egg-Plant & Bell-Pepper)  September 2012

Garden (Egg-Plant & Bell-Pepper) September 2012

Garden September 2012

Garden
September 2012

Garden (Kale, Chives & Onion)  September 2012

Garden (Kale, Chives & Onion) September 2012

Garden (Squash)  September 2012

Garden (Squash)
September 2012

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"Howard

Howard helping a Friend / neighbor repair a truck-bed on a 1965 Chevy Spring 2012

Howard helping a Friend / neighbor repair a truck-bed on a 1965 Chevy
Spring 2012

Mesculun-Mix Salad Greens, Chives & Onions

Lettuce / Salad-Mix & Onion harvest 9 April 2012

Howard making repairs to his 1995 Mazda MPVsummer 2012

Howard making repairs to his 1995 Mazda MPV
summer 2012

"My Garden & Backyard"

“My Garden & Backyard”
Strawberry Patch In Foreground

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BrigChangeToMind @mx_628Sign for NAMI Walk May 16, 2010 041

Garden Harvest, Howard & Gracie (Spring) 30 April 2012 026

Howard in Rocky Mountain National Park 5 October 2012......20121005_141656

2 Responses to “Photo Gallery”

  1. Gloria Ballard said

    Howard, I have always heard — and I believe it is true — that a garden can be a place of healing. From your photos, it’s obvious that you enjoy your garden. It’s beautiful, and I suspect it is an important part of your journey to health and wholeness.
    Thank you for following my blog.

    • Good-Morning Gloria,…

      Thank you for taking the time to read some of my Blog.
      Yes,…in my opinion,…gardening at any level is a metaphor for life while in my body.
      Gardening quietly teaches and encourages the understanding of patients, courage, humbleness, confidence, cooperation, synergy, acceptance, joy and separation,…if one chooses to notice.

      P.S.
      I grew-up in Knoxville and went to Austin-East High.

      Howard Lovely, Jr.

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