Unbelievably (!), when life becomes full, blogging is usually the first thing to go. Imagine things like meals, school, deadlines, dirty clothes, and research papers taking precedence! But I miss the consistent reflection of the living of life. I love the way images can evoke the memory of the moment lived--like a quick snatch of a song caught in a breeze.
A few melodies from the past month...
|An article for Newnan Coweta Magazine on the charming foxglove (Digitalis purpurea).|
|Another article for the garden issue on a friend, and fellow artist, whose home and garden so beautifully illustrate the melding and outworking of the strengths of marriage between a man and a woman.|
to the Georgia Aquarium
followed by an afternnoon of legislation at the Capitol.
|A weekend in Macon with the winning Science Olympiad Team.|
|What do you do to celebrate 95 years? |
A lovely lunch planned with 20+ dear friends. I was in charge of the centerpieces.
|And always in the midst of everything...teaching and learning...at home and with my 9th grade class.|