Tag Archive | spring

Time to Bloom

Just like flowers in the garden, we can never be sure when we, or those around us, are going to bloom.

This flower, a grevillea, which for quite some time I thought was an evergreen, suddenly burst into flower seven years after I first noticed it!

Just shows that sometimes in life it’s worth the wait.

One of two places I love: the garden and the library.
Two things I love: stories and flowers.

Michele’s website http://www.michelegierck.com.au

Michele Gierck is an author and a freelance writer.

Delicate Wings

delicate-wings-16-nov-2016

What delicate wings. What fragility, yet strength. Another inspiring spring delight. Wouldn’t it be grand to be able to fly!

What a wonderful way to spend a break — after hours in front of a screen — discovering simple joys to be found in the garden.

Such are the musings of an up-to-her-neck-in-work writer.

Michele’s website: http://www.michelegierck.com.au

Spring, Busy Bees, Sunshine

busy-bees-spring-2016-sep

Spring, like today’s sunshine, has finally arrived. The bees are busy, and blossoms are blooming. It’s the season of surprises — at least in the garden.

‘When I’m not working on my latest commission — a biography — I’m likely to be out in the garden, delighting in each new bloom. Gardens, like nature, are such a source of inspiration,’ says Michele Gierck.

Michele Gierck’s website: http://www.michelegierck.com.au

Text and Image copyright Michele Gierck

Natural Beauty

Spring Clivias Sep 2015

Spring is such a wonderful time of natural beauty, of slowing down, of treading carefully, of celebrating nature — all those brilliant blooms in the garden.

It’s also a great time to start a new writing project!

Picture: clivia, Michele’s garden.
Text and image copyright Michele Gierck

To find out more about Michele’s writing go to her website: http://www.michelegierck.com.au