I went to Home Depot to see if they had any, and after the clerk looked at me quizzically, he laughed and said, "Oh, it must be on back order."
My garden doesn't seem to care that the daytime temps don't get above 58 degrees lately.
|Bees are pollinating my raspberries - looks like it will be a|
big crop if all the blooms stay on.
I discovered that eating a 1/2 teaspoon of raw local honey this year helped me to avoid the congestion of allergies. Nice.
Peonies bloomed and passed, the dogwood blossoms draw in the hummingbirds and the clematis that Beloved gave me last year is in a glorious state of color.
Interesting to think that he is now with a new girlfriend and couldn't care much about how his gift is still being appreciated. But I am grateful for the color and the present joy it brings.
|The dogwood blossoms are quite pink and lovely this year.|
It really is delightful to go out in my own yard and around the area when the sun is out and the colors are rich in so many gardens. But the rain or blustery winds have kept it cool enough that even a short walk is not that enjoyable.
I think the hot weather we had in April was too much of a tease and now I am impatient for the next season. And really, each day has it's own joy, it's own moment of delight... and I expect if it bolted into the 80's I would be no happier than I am right now.
The solstice will be upon us soon, Mercury will go direct, and everything is in order.
Patience... everything is working out for me, and when I truly allow that concept to sink in, I'm doing just fine where I am.
|Clematis, a gift from Beloved last year, blooms with a more|
intense color than it did when gifted to me.