Tag Archive: desert gardening

New Project

What’s happening in the Sadler house today? On this Sunday during Memorial Day Weekend? After so many struggles and focusing on what I am no longer able to do, Sarina and I decided that it was time for something new,… Read more >

Let’s Try Something Different!

I am pretty sure there are lots of different degrees of “happiness” and “Hell”. The feeling I get when I put my hands in the dirt, then watch my plants grow is euphoria! I can’t put these feelings into words…. Read more >

An “Acceptable amount of Loss”

My wife, Sarina has discussed the challenge with organic gardening does not ease with the purchase of organic plants, seeds, and soil. It is a constant battle against nature.I know a lot about gardening in the desert, however, sometimes I… Read more >

Focusing On What You Can Do

While trying to heal from my injury over a month ago, it is easy to find myself in despair. I have written about how I was no longer going to talk about the pain and how I was doing. I… Read more >

Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired

Sometimes the answers are found in the most unlikely places. A stranger, a friend, when you feel the most lost, when you turn your music on shuffle, thinking you will find only the same depression you feel in your heart…. Read more >

I’m pretty tired

I think life is kinda entertaining and with all the spirals, loops, and turns… This week I have struggled with the ability of my hands and arms. I have watched many¬†of my dreams crumble. I was blessed by my family… Read more >

A day off!

There are some days when you can think of nothing more than the “day off” that lays just out of reach, minutes, hours and sometimes days away. The minutes before the illustrious “day off” seem to tick in slow motion… Read more >

Rebounding from depression

The last few days my depression has given me a few days off after a complete breakdown, and I have discovered many things as to the way my brain functions. It is eye opening to realize the things that we… Read more >

Make Something Beautiful

When we first moved into this house I could not believe the state of the front yard. The home appeared abandoned and unloved. There was this rose bush that was brown and brittle and nearly dead in the front. Our… Read more >