I survived the past five days of theater, concert, funeral, mom, shopping, church and business trip.
I’m a tad bit tired, especially after an earlier, very sweaty yoga class.
All I can muster up this evening is a hit-and-run of the patio gardens that Natasha and I tend.
First up: Black-eyed Susan vines and a lucky turtle.
Clematis and Sun-Patiens
We celebrate the Fourth of July all summer long.
And can’t get enough of pink impatiens, even the out-of-focus ones.
Intermixed with the Impatiens is the perfume of white Lobularia.
Besides smelling “lovely,” it grows like a weed and almost hides the bright pink when looking up from the ground.
I see the neighbor is trying to keep up with the Jones’s. How dare she.
That’s it for today.
More to come on the writing-more-than-two-paragraphs side of things very soon. I promise!