A Time for Gathering Friends & Family, Harvest Dinners & Giving Thanks…
In this season of giving thanks, I would like to express my gratitude to all of you for following The Gardener’s Eden. Thank you for Â your many delightful comments and email correspondence, and thank you for sharing this site with your friends. I truly love hearing from you, both here on the site, and also on The Gardener’s Eden’s Facebook and Twitter pages.Â I am so grateful for the many wonderful, new friendships growing from this lovely garden online.Â It takes time and care to build friendships, just as it takes time and care to build gardens. Thank you for joining me here.
Thank you to Tim Geiss, friend, photographer and IT wiz-beyond-compare. Without you, Tim, this blog would not exist, and I am ever-grateful for your your technicalÂ expertise,Â assistance, and all of your generous help. And thank you for sharing your amazingÂ photographs —many taken specifically for this site— throughout the year. I also want to thank John Miller at The Old School House Plantery, for your wonderful contributions as guest blogger, andÂ Ted Dillard, for your fantastic photography tips and your recent article on Electric Gardening!
I’ve made some wonderful connections through The Gardener’s Eden over the past year and a half, and I am deeply grateful for those new friendships. Thank you to Guillermo at The Honeybee Conservancy, for your enthusiasm and encouragement over the past year -it has been a pleasure working with you. And thank you to Kristin Zimmerman. Kristin,Â I had so much fun working with you at Barnes & Noble’sÂ Garden Variety , and although I hope you are enjoying your new job, I want you to know that I am already missing you, your careful editing and our weekly email exchanges.Â And a great, big, heart-felt thank you to Stacey Hirvela and Miranda Van Gelder at Martha Stewart Living’s At Home in the Garden and Martha Stewart Living Magazine for extending a hand across this virtual, online gardening community. Thank you for opening the door to such unexpected and exciting opportunities.
Article & Photographs â“’ 2010 Michaela at TGE
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