When to work in the garden

From “My Garden” by Anna Lea Merritt The Century Magazine, Volume LXII, No. 3, July 1901, p. 349. Available on Google Books. Sunday. You may work in the garden, because it is not really work, but all happiness and holiness. Draw the line at digging. Monday. Work all day in the garden, so as to have it off your mind for the rest of the week. Tuesday. Continue to work in the garden, because this is early in the week. Time enough for other things to-morrow. Wednesday. Begin the other things, but bring your reading or sewing into the garden, where you may enjoy it as a background. It will immediately become a foreground. Thursday. Work in the garden because you did not yesterday. Friday. Work i

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