Well, folks, it’s that time of year. Today is Greg’s birthday and it’s a big one! We also have a graduation party to attend. I talked to my sister Cindy this week and she reminded me that summer has only twelve weekends so it’s best to make the most of each one. Well, we will be doing that today.
I want to get a little caught up on my “52 Weeks of Blue” project and post five more photos. Meant to do it yesterday and to hook up with Willy-nilly Friday 5, but ran out of time. So without further ado, here they are.
Week 16: Here is a little bunch of Striped Squill. I love these little flowers. They are so cheery. Even their name is cheery to me.
Week 17: And here is the Striped Squill’s sister – the Siberian Squill.
Week 18: I took this photo while floating through the car wash. It is in memory of a friend, Steve Morse, who passed away in April from cancer. Steve was the leader of our photo group at the Massasoit Art Guild. Steve was a professional photographer. His unbounded enthusiasm and willingness to share his photographic talents with us amateurs was so appreciated. He is missed.
Week 19: Periwinkle and ajuga from our yard. Why is it that many spring flowers are blue, but few summer flowers are? I wonder.
Week 20: And here’s an ajuga up close. I love seeing these come up in the yard, but the minute the grass is cut, there they go. They are as fleeting as spring…
So there’s my next five weeks of blue. In reality, I’m going to post week #23 on Flickr today. I’m a little behind. One of these days I will catch up with life, but I’m not holding my breath on that. If I did, I might turn a bit blue.