Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
What a chorus line! Stuffed zucchini blossoms tonight, perchance? ;-)
Very nicely Handel...ed!
ha...so did they get a drink of rain? smiles....fun, lovely flowers
SMILE! Loved it!
I've never made stuffed squash blossoms -- perhaps I should try it. These are potimarron winter squash (seeds courtesy Elora from JUST OFF THE ONE LANE ROAD) and yes, they are thankful for the rain we've had.Oh, Martin, I wish I had a snappy comeBach.
Beautiful! I have always wanted to try stuffing squash blossoms too. I have also heard of folks frying them.
They are yummy...but of course it's just an excuse to fry something...
Exactly, Rosemary. I've made fried daylily blooms -- a mild onion flavor and lots of fried batter --yumm.
oh that was great!I once saw that with my jack-in-the-pulpits..heard them sing
This brought such a big smile to my face ... thank you! Gorgeous photos with the contrast tween yellow and green...so vibrant...
Love the Hallelujah chorus!
Keep trying, Vicki. Moz-artists of your calibre can think of something snappy!
Well, Martin, I'll have to get Bizet and make a Liszt...
I'd complain about all those puns -- if you weren't already Haydn in that garden somewhere. --Mario R.p.s. -- lovely photos, but that goes without saying.
Mario! You spotted me. Yes, I'm Hayden and watching for the groundhog who's Borodin across the road. That varmint needs to be in a Cage...
Yeah! Sweet music in the garden!
I looked at all your past posts- I like your talking animals – your cat is very philosophical. By the way when I was researching something or other I came upon the term “American Exceptionalism.” Do you know who said it first? It was Stalin of the USSR in 1929 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_exceptionalism) so it makes me laugh when all the Conservatives use the term. Another thing I found out, on an American expat blog, a lawyer, is how difficult it is to leave America as in “love it or leave it.” It is quite expensive. Let me find the blog - he said that the IRS don’t let you go free, you have to file all kinds of papers – so if people say “if you don’t like it here, go somewhere else” that is silly. Plus why should anyone leave because they have a different opinion? That is what has made this country great – all the different people coming here. I think I found this guy’s blog – it’s called An American Expat. I don’t follow it or even comment on it- go down that page and it explains about the IRS requirements when you leave the USA - http://kvsmith.com/?p=1031 Now that I looked at his blog I remember it was a post I read while writing my post about French bashing – his is called “Friendly Parisians ……” surprise! http://kvsmith.com/?p=89 .
Don't become so preoccupied, that you forget to water your Delius.
I'll be Franck -- I don't much like Delius because they require staking and so have never grown them.
Ready for Easter :-)
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