After I cleared up the dishes from the tea party the other day I had a wander round the garden and noticed there were Marguerite Daisies (argyranthemum) and Lavender x Allardii ready for picking along with the last of the tiny blue flowered Forget – me – nots (Myosotis). Click the gallery to enlarge
Isn’t it funny how when you look at something from one angle everything seems well blended and complete – then when you move and have another glance it appears separated and empty. A bit like the flowers in the vase above 🙂
And the cat nick nacks were gifts from grandchildren given many years ago.
Jud Strunk once wrote a song about daisies
And each time I pick some from my garden
the chorus goes round and round in my head
I’ll give you a daisy a day dear
I’ll give you a daisy a day
I’ll love you until the rivers run still
and the four winds we know blow away
So guess what I was humming on Sunday
And guess what I’ll be humming today?
Flowers – songs – memories?
Is it like that for you too?