Today was quite cool, considering we had the warmest March on record and the high today barely made it to the mid 50’s. It had rained Thursday and continued to drizzle today. Since my pretty iris took a beating from the rains, it turned out to be the perfect day to pull weeds. Weeds and invasive plants, which here in St Louis means honeysuckle, onion grass and chickweed (to name but a few). I want to cut the grass tomorrow and if it’s sunny get outside to take some more pictures.
Thank goodness for Marian Bendith! I had noticed that we seemed to like similar things: fragrances, photography and animals (especially our pets!)
I’m going to wander around the site and have fun exploring!
Writing, painting, cooking, gardening and taking pictures have been my creative outlets for the past 15 years or so. (No more theater or ballroom dancing for me. There’s only so many options for embarrassment a 14 year old can tolerate from her mother.)
I sling around an old Olympus E-330 camera. All of my pictures are natural, untouched. Most of my photos are from my own garden but since we’ve moved recently, that’s going to change. I left all of my beautiful roses and iris at my home in New Jersey.