Friday, May 9, 2014

May 9, 2014::today in our garden

IN THE GARDEN...a weekly photolog chronicling our first year living in the former home of a master gardener.

The great explosion of blooming has slowed, but things are greening up nicely. There are still hidden gems of color, though, and the heat this week has prompted a quick appearance of leaves on the trees...leaves that were no where to be seen a few short days ago.

The lull in color is soothing as we await the next blooms.

The green is intense
The last of the daffodil-related color
White trillium tucked in under the hostas
A sea of tiny yellow blooms 
A single primrose in the corner of the garden
Tiny pink blossoms that almost disappear from across the garden
The heady Lilly of the Valley blooms are just appearing
As are a few scattered columbine
And lillies
And tiny pink blooms that are easily overlooked 
Our deck garden awaits morning coffee...this is my favorite room in the house

On another, far more important note...we are keeping these girls, and all children experiencing injustice, in our thoughts. Looking for ways to act.


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