Thursday, April 20, 2006

Sweet Peas

When it comes right down to it, I have to admit that I like the fact that there are those of you who actually make an effort to come around here to read my blog entries. I would probably be writing this stuff anyway, but it’s nice to know that one’s audience is larger than say, oh, my wife and kids. Thank you. There are always lots of topics I’d like to write about, clammoring for further attention in my brain, so when I get a sec, I sit down at the Mac and bang something out. But sometimes, I am just not in the mood to crank out another life story, which I tend to labor over, digging deep for details and stupid shit I’ve done. So here for you, on national “light reading day”, is a little news about Sweet Peas.

Maybe it’s because my Mom loved Sweet Peas, and would grow them each year, or maybe it’s because they are just such an awesome plant, but when the sweet peas are in their place, and vining vigorously, and promising beautiful and fragrant blossoms in a few weeks, then, for me, all is right in the world. A few years ago, Marie and I created a large eastern exposure site, along our driveway, shown here, and we have planted lots of starts again this year. This is the before picture, and in 6 weeks or so, I will post the results. I wish you all a lovely Spring!

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