A collection of distilled sarcastic wisdom, numerous photographs, discussions of books and stuff to learn and more stuff to think about from a retired economics professor turned blogger and photographer.
All of the buds on our lily plant are now in bloom and some of the petals are starting to fall. But we have enjoyed our Valentine's day lily plant while it lasted, and now we have these photos to remember it by.
This little single snapdragon blossom is all that is left of what used to be a large snapdragon "bush" of sorts, which died in the cold winter last year. So I'll nurture this little tiny one, and I hope it will grow.
The tiny daffodil shown in these photos is actually only a small fraction of the size of the flower in the picture. This little midget is the last of several midget clumps of daffodils that have bloomed faithfully every year for many years. Goes to show you that you don't have to be big and important to be worth noting and having your picture taken and sent all over the world.
Every where you go in St. George these past few days, you see flowering trees with both pink and white blossoms. These blossoms never last very long so I must try and get as many photos of them as I can, which I do each year. If you are still cold and snowy, look forward to your own springtime.