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Time to pick blackberries. Pop a few berries in your mouth – warmed by the sun, fresh off the vine while dreaming of blackberry juice, homemade platz, pie with ice cream – then pick, pick, pick.
Garden is grinning from apples to tomatoes, smokey skies have changed to blue. One night of rain has polished the forest and pasted smiles on the gardeners too. ©2017 Sharron R. McMillan
Black Lace Sambucus nigra “Eva” Lacy, purple-black foliage. Soft pink early summer flowers produce fall berries. Use for jam or jelly. This is not the wild type of elderberry, which we do have on our acreage. This was a … Continue reading
These pink poppies popped up in the herb garden. I guess I must have planted them but they were a nice surprise. Lovely soft pink atop a fragile looking stem.
Hanging out in the arbour, staring at the walnut tree thankful for beauty and quiet places.
Makes me want to sing, “Yellow bird. . .
Gratitude and appreciation help both those who show it and those who receive it.
“When my anxious thoughts multiply within me Thy consolations delight my soul.” ~Psalm