‘I’m charmed with the house,’ said Lucia. ‘And what exactly, how much I mean, for a period of two months—’ ‘Fifteen guineas a week,’ said Miss Mapp without pause. ‘That would include the use of my piano. A sweet instrument by Blumenfelt.’ ‘I will take it for August and September,’ said Lucia. ‘And I’m sure […]
Who wears it better? The pansy (nature) or the hazmat symbol (humankind). I was given these two lovely pansies at our annual volunteer lunch for the hospital. Beautiful.
This lovely lady was hiding in the hedgerow. We have so many lovely flowers in our yard, but no daffodils or tulips. So it was a treat when we spotted her. She looks like a peach flavored tulip. I hope many more propagate in the future. There can never be too many tulips.
Green Grass Grows All Around There was a tree (there was a tree) All in the wood (all in the wood) The prettiest tree (the prettiest tree) That you ever did see (that you ever did see) The tree in a hole and the hole in the ground And the green grass grows all around, […]
They are so yellow because “Sol hates mustard,” [Grace and Frankie, “The Art Show,” Season 3, Episode 1].
On a sunny day, in contrast to a rainy day.
On a rainy day. I left many leaves on the ground this year after reading how scientists recommend not raking them all away.
Can you make a story out of this photo? To me, it says: It did not go as planned. Pretentious photographer. The prom king’s lament.