As I walked in a light mist this afternoon, I thought about what blooms at the end of April: Dianthus and Roses, Poppies and Larkspur, Salvia and Violas. The last hurrah of Camellias are not much of a show, but a delight to see the last ones lasting in cool weather. Hydrangeas show promises of a wonderful season to come, as do Lily buds and the first blooms of Echinacea. Missing are Sweet Peas not planted last November. Rose Campion is a good companion with Laura Bush Petunias and with Lavender.
We had tenth of an inch of rain early in the day, more drizzle since.
Painful Scene from a John Wayne Movie - This is one of my favorite movies. It's hard to watch it now but the acting is superb and the ending doesn't change. I said once, "A peaceful person dies a...
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