Again, we were blessed enough to have rain in the night, and it is still softly falling, though I see sun is predicted for tomorrow and further on. It is probably because I got so chilled yesterday that I packed turtlenecks and wool sweaters for Esalen. I invited a heat wave.
Gray whales are in Tomales Bay, so if you want to see them up close, head out there now. They are migrating and I was reading yesterday about their heart-shaped spouts, and here is a chance to see them really close. Wow! My day is packed, or I would hop in the car right now. There is no escape from what needs doing today, and yet whales in Tomales Bay. Oh, my!
If you want to attract ladybugs to your garden, which, of course, you do, then, plant cilantro, dandelions, dill, fennel and yarrow.
You can buy them in a packet of Heirloom seeds. The advantage is you can also eat what you plant, except possibly the yarrow. That you can use to stop bleeding in wounds. Nature's band-aid, I believe.
I am enjoying the sound of the drops of rain, and one chirpy bird, and now, it is time to return to work, where I can still enjoy, and live in the wonder of work as play.
Happy Play Day!