Thursday, June 14, 2012

My Garden peeks out its blooms.
The Maiden never minds the rain.
It gives her comfort visiting with the open blossoms.
A shared intimacy, they are coaxed out in mist and raindrops.
I know she gives them comfort,
they in turn, share what's been on their mind over the winter.
It's been too long!
-Robin Becic '12

Spring Transitions, Patience, Focus.

More Patience, and Timing.

Now Summer!

What a difference a month makes.  I have finally made progress (ok, small steps) towards my search for information regarding my mother's side of the family.

Studying the Lyme Regis Natural History Museum website I found a department to contact titled Family Histories.  What a thrill to at least be able to share my story with someone over there!
Sending off an inquiry was one step, but actually hearing back from someone helped me turn a page, and to rethink there might be hope in learning more.

So, vague as I was, there were enough clues to make it an interesting challenge.  Further research is required, but they will get back to me in a few days..... Wow!

Meanwhile, there is plenty of earth to move, weeds to pull, and preparation for planting around our home.
Practicing patience, I'll share a few pictures of the progress while waiting to learn more about my grandfather.

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