Winning garden is therapeutic
Once, twice, three times Zora Marshall tried hip replacement surgery.
And three times the surgical prosthetic didn’t take and doctors needed to remove it. She remains without a hip. While her family worried about her health, she began to pass the days in her garden.
Zora Marshall wakes up every morning and the first thing she does is walk into her living room, which has a large picture window where she can see her entire garden at one glance.
“It gives me peace and I just thank God for it,” she said. “I know as long as I can wake up and see my garden … everything will be OK that day.
“I’m already thinking about what I’m going to do for next year.”