We have a lot of random thoughts in this story. Outside of rain that has been a real pain in the tush, glimpses of sunshine make everyone happy.
Scott and I enjoyed some time away. We actually laughed driving back that we had only one argument on the trip. He responds with, “Yeh, you acted up only one time.” If you know Scott, he has a witty sense of humor. He has also learned to sleep with one eye open.
We know when we are gone, we are also still available to our team. I love the pictures I receive. I saw we have some baby ducks that hatched, and I can’t wait to meet them. Sean and John have kept me updated on them as I worry about losing them to the turtles.
I also receive pictures of the staff making amazing things like what you see in this picture! Aurora took a cracked birdbath and repurposed it into this amazing succulent planter. It made me think of how we might be chipped and cracked ourselves, but we can still be made into something beautiful.
And last year, we sat and giggled on the beach when the peach truck came because it was crazy to see all the fun. But this year? We will be here for the Peach Truck madness! We are so excited! I might even be dipping peach Sunset Slush with wine pour overs for fun, or maybe I’ll shove myself in the Olaf costume and melt with the kids. Either way, we are thrilled to participate this year with everyone! Who doesn't love fresh Georgia peaches?
Come visit FGS for all sorts of fun. Bring your chipped and broken self and find the joy of bringing green home with us. We think all things are beautiful and bloom in their own time. It just takes a bit of patience.