Back in New Jersey, I had gangly geranium that was started from seed. My mom sprinkled seeds in a pot on one of her spring visits and to my surprise, I found a little seeding near the end of summer. Growing inside during the winter, gave its gangly-ness due to the filtered winter light. But for all its legginess, it produced the most beautiful blossoms. They look like cherry blossoms.
I just started a plant from the seeds from this geranium here in Hawaii. The blossoms aren’t as beautiful but I’m giving it time to come into its own.
I’ve been fighting a good fight against the weeds in my front yard. It seems like a neverending battle. I thought this was an appropriate pic from my struggle. Weedy seeds make their way into someone’s garden; it could be mine. Sign.
These two are the sassiest. Orange is sleeping on my Coop pillow like it’s his very own. And Ollie has taken over my mom’s new chair. She put towels and throw on it so it doesn’t get covered in fur. Love how they take over everything in your life. haha.
I did a whole series of shots from my vacation to Montreal and Quebec in 2015 of close-up of colorful blooms. It was a hot August and all the colors seems so intense. This one was one of my favorite as the orange came out loud and clear. Here’s the rest of the collections.
I love the colors of this pickles. The natural light in my kitchen always made my kitchen picture looks so beautiful. I got most of the veggies from my local farmers market. The recipe is from smittenkitchen.com and her beautiful pics inspired me to make it myself. This recipe is delicious and get in a salad.