It’s been a while since I’ve posted, so I decided to just write up a review. And show off my white columbines with fuzzy purple dots that are really geranium sanguineum (cranesbill) in the background. I assume a deer ate the tops of some of my columbines; I don’t think the ground hogs can reach up that high.
On My Blog
Elsewhere in the Blogosphere
- A young writer describes a first trip to England
- I might take a picture of flowers by the side of the road, an old sign or a fence.
- Mushroom Barley Split Pea and White Bean Soup – yum
- Like outer space? I did a slideshow with captions for NJSGC (New Jersey Space Grant Consortium).
- My next workshop will be in Highland Park on blogging.
I’ve been very busy with work and with a few (thankfully minor) family crises (an infected finger by one child, a tummy virus right before a big talk by another, a fall with only bruises by an older family member). Hope life goes smoothly in the future, (but it never does, does it?).
10 thoughts on “Review with White Columbine”
Refuah shlaimah to all, and shavua tov!
Thank you and shavua tov to everyone in your world.
I noticed you hadn’t posted for a while and was going to email to check everything was OK. I’m glad things are mostly alright. Refuah sheleimah to those who are sick.
Everyone is all better, thank you! But it was a crazy week. Nice to know you are checking in on my posts, Daniel, even if you haven’t been blogging yourself.
Lovely flower and thanks for the link to my post.
I hope everybody is now better – and that the big talk was useful!
Good luck with the next workshop.
The workshops always take a fair amount of prep work, so I’ll be blogging about blogging soon. Thanks for the encouragement.
“blogging about blogging” sounds great!
What a hectic week–so glad everyone is better now. The workshop sounds great, you should get a nice turnout.
Shavua Tov and thanks for the link!
What a pretty delicate flower–your posts always inspire me to look more closely around me when I am outside.
absolutely gorgeous Leora!
Hoping the family does better, this week. The photos are lovely. A scent of freshness in the blogging air