Posts Tagged ‘bloom

18
Sep
17

Reaching out…

“Our job on earth isn’t to criticize, reject, or judge. Our purpose is to offer a helping hand, compassion, and mercy. We are to do unto others as we hope they would do unto us.” Dana Acuri 

10
Sep
17

Late Summer blooms…

on this lovely Clematis. It gave a showing in the Spring and has offered up a few more buds this September. I like this as I have a few too many Spring only bloomers. This particular plant is quite old, having been long neglected by my dear, departed Aunt.

16
Aug
17

blessings…

white rose-dead roses-SwittersB 2

31
Jul
17

Hot!

‘What dreadful hot weather we have! It keeps one in a continual state of inelegance.”   Jane Austen, letter to Cassandra, 1796

cactus-flowers-SwittersB-California

14
Jul
17

Beauté

27
Jun
17

along came a spider…

Lavender-spider-SwittersB

07
Jun
17

delicate…




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