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It is true that sometimes it is not that we have changed; rather, it is our priorities that have changed.

On a few occasions, I have found some old photos I didn't know were still in my possession. One of those photos showed the front of my house, lush with many varieties of plants in full bloom. Looking at that photo led me down memory lane: I reminisced about the great and not-so-great of some of those days gone by. The bottom line being that I am thankful for the progress made.

Since leaving Nigeria several years ago, I have longed, albeit unrealistically,for a house or apartment with lots of plants and flowers. It wasn't practical considering how we had moved from country to country before permanently relocating to Canada. Here in Canada, a couple of factors still mitigated against the actual realization of that goal. That was until very recently.

This spring, I started growing some plants again. Not much, but I am happy to have started again. Although I acknowledge the therapeutic value of gardening, I have to say that I am not so into elaborate gardening. Indoor plants and some outdoor plants are all it takes to keep me pleased in that area. So I am proud of and happy with what I have.

Here are some of the plants I have grown, mostly from seeds:
















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