Milkvetch is one of the first wildflowers on the spring scene, and has earned my respect as the hardiest of the hardiest.
We’ve all got in-laws and relatives that send our heads spinning. Meet one of mine and follow along in future posts to see how I deal with her!
What would the sunflower people say?
The best secrets cannot be told. They must be discovered and experienced – by you.
We each have our own unfolding of a story. When we are just beginning to bud, it is difficult for others to see or imagine the impending beauty that will arise… but as we open to the world around us others are sure to marvel at such an exquisite sight.
This photo reminds us of the joy, expansiveness, and lightness of Spirit that is experienced when we take flight towards the seemingly unreachable sky.
Here’s another old photo from a savory remembrance…. revenge is sweet! (Dirty Wormy evil laughter ensues…)
Deptford pink wildflowers are easy to overlook because of their tiny flower size. (About the size of a dime or smaller.) Had I been looking for something special or tiny, I probably would have missed this flower.
This beautiful, brightly colored ladybug wears red to alert others to her Danger (she leaves a bad taste in your mouth.) Remember that, guys, next time you find a pretty lady in red.
This eastern tiger swallowtail has likely had many a bird encounter. Unscathed? No. Brilliant and victorious? Absolutely.
Fly on friends.