1. A time for growth indeed!!! I’m so glad to hear that you’ve been spending time with your writing desk. Sleuthing is great but sitting down and uncovering the truth in your words is a beautiful thing too! So go you, go!!!!

    Awwwwwwwwwww… i’m sorry to hear you hosed down your flowers with some icky stuff. 🙁 That’s no good at all. I hope they’re able to recover soon!

    And a fancy new camera? That’s so awesome!!! I look forward to seeing what you capture on film with that new gadget!!!

    • Sleuthing is great but sitting down and uncovering the truth in your words is a beautiful thing too!

      YES, and I’m so glad you said this. It really resonated with me, and it’s a healthy perspective that I want to carry with me, going forward.

  2. Great minds think alike — I posted the same June quote. 🙂

    Sorry to hear about the roses — the other flowers you shared are gorgeous!

    Have fun with the writing and photographing. Looking forward to seeing more lovely blossoms and stuff . . .

    Happy June!

    • 🙂 I love that quote, and am not at all surprised that it caught your eye, too.

      I’m hoping my roses survive, despite my…uh, hovering. As Susan said, “Gardening is a good lesson in letting go.”

      Happy June to you, too, Jama. xoxo

  3. a trio of tiny dancers flits across an imaginary stage, tutus flouncing

    Wow! This line is sheer poetry!

    Yah for the writing progress and the new camera!

      • Re: a trio of tiny dancers flits across an imaginary stage, tutus flouncing

        Fooled you into thinking I write poetry, did I? I guess if anything inspires that kind of writing, Mother Nature does… 🙂 xo

    • Re: a trio of tiny dancers flits across an imaginary stage, tutus flouncing

      Ha, and thank you! I don’t consider myself a poet by any means, but I’m glad you liked the imagery.

      Happy (early days of) Summer! I hope all is well in Tulipsville… xo

    • Thank you, Heather.
      I wish I could share it with you up close, or send some of it your way.
      Thank you for stopping by and…that is all. No, wait. It’s just the beginning. xo

  4. I’m so sorry about the roses. I think I have killed one of my new manzanitas and possibly my madrone. This gardening, it is so often a lesson in letting go.

    I’m looking forward to seeing photos from the new camera.

    • This gardening, it is so often a lesson in letting go.

      Ah, Susan, you are so right! By extension, that’s a life lesson, too. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

      xoxo

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