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"a pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather"

"a pleasant smell that frequently accompanies the first rain after a long period of warm, dry weather"

I love finding out there are actually names for the way I'm feeling. That means others have been there too.

ambedo (n.) a kind of melancholic trance in which you become completely absorbed in vivid sensory details - raindrops skittering down a window, clouds of cream swirling in your coffee - which leads to a dawning awareness the haunting fragility of life.

6 Tips for Growing Lettuce- Lettuce is a great beginning gardener's vegetable. Here are some great tips on growing lettuce to get you started.

6 Tips for Growing Lettuce- Lettuce is a great beginning gardeners vegetable. Here are some great tips on growing lettuce to get you started. - Garden Tips and Tricks

Thinking of trying to grow your own carrots? Check out my tips on How To Grow Carrots Better! http://reusegrowenjoy.com/how-to-grow-carrots-better/

not to mention straight? The secret is in the soil! If you are wanting to grow some carrots of your own, check out my tips on how to grow carrots better

8 Kitchen Herbs for the Shade Garden- Because not every garden is full sun! | www.reformationacres.com

8 Kitchen Herbs for the Shade Garden- Here is a short list of culinary herbs I’m considering incorporating into my future perennial shade garden: Onion Chives Garlic Chives Cilantro Mint Lemon Balm Lovage Parsley Sage

A couple months ago, my older sister and I were walking through Ikea and stumbled upon some fantastic (and inexpensive) white lanterns, and Julia immediately thought they would make good terrariums. Fast forward to today, and we finally got ourselves together and assembled it! Terrariums can be a bit tricky since they don’t have drainage …

Potting soil, charcoal, gravel, and plants fill the lantern with an earthy brightness. The result is both decorative and low maintenance. See more at Thou Swell