Every spring since we've moved here, new flowers appear that I have never seen before ...flowers, wildflowers or weeds, and, this year, for the first time, some have started to disappear. I used to have purple irises every spring, this year they were all yellow. Strange days indeed, most peculiar Mama.
The Glimmer Twins are graduating from public school this year. Teenage drama has slowly started to creep into the old farmhouse, in bits and pieces. This may or may not explain me spending days on end in the garden.
I decided to grow zucchini this year after a three year hiatus. It grew too fast last time, and we froze more than should ever be frozen. It is one of my favourite veggies to cook on the grill so I've promised myself to pick them small this year and snip a few blossoms and fry them up like the Italians do.
I wasn't crazy about this shot; I'm not overly in love with the angle of these blooms hanging on the front porch, but the bokeh...oh the bokeh. Thank you maple trees for providing beautiful dappled light. We were tickled by all that delicious syrup you provided, but now I know who you truly love around here.
And now, I will blatantly repeat myself. I never tire of the view around this place. It's better than television, any dang night of the week.
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