If I had time, I would write these posts:
- Review of The Man in the White Sharkskin Suit, by Lucette Lagnado, a fine, moving, fascinating book
- Review of Isaac’s Torah, by Angel Wagenstein
- Millet Pilaf recipe or my nickname for it, millaf
- About braces? And kids?
I have had time to putter in the garden, and so our family has enjoyed salad with nasturtium and nasturtium flowers.
9 thoughts on “Nasturtium and Oh If I had Time”
If you had written these posts, I am convinced we’d love to read them. Meanwhile we enjoy your lovely flower!
Thank you! Maybe I will be able to write one over the weekend…July 5th is a holiday, since July 4th is on Sunday.
What Amazon readers say about The Man in the White Sharkskin Suit is very enticing.
The name Nasturtium is derived from Latin:
nas = nose
turtium = twister
What a delicate looking orange beauty.
Oh, and, just sit down, begin writing, and it will eventually flow. If you think too hard about it, that is when you will run into trouble.
I enjoyed The Man in the White Sharkskin Suit, and remember writing my review of it, not wanting to leave out this or that, but then realized if I put everything in the review, it would be a novella of its own.
I wrote the review yesterday on pads of paper – I had a lot to say. Maybe I’ll take out some time this long weekend to write it up for the blog.
It such a pretty blossom! Do you add the flowers to your salads or just the leaves?
Oh, definitely the flowers. The flowers are a bit sweeter than the leaves. The leaves are round and give a tangy taste to the salad.
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