Hello Readers, Monday Morning Blooms for #Treesquare The Crepe Myrtle’s are lavishing some love on us with their flowers this month. No blooms on this little ceramic tree, but the pink color fits right in today, eh? Quote for today: “The love I give is second hand, someone gave me lots of love first.” See you all … More Monday Morning Blooms (#Treesquare July 19)
Hello Readers, I hope this post finds everyone well. “May flowers” is the theme to start today’s post Azaleas and the Geraniums ease us into spring with such beauty. I enjoyed reading a lot about William James last month and so I am including quotes from him. I am now reading about Peter Drucker – … More Monday Morning Blooms (William James Quotes)
Hello Readers, I hope this post finds everyone well. I am taking a blog break and here is a check in post (updated – wink) Some sunset images from a road trip last year – Some music from an awesome guy I worked with back in the 1990s- a great musician – Jeffrey Rose – and … More Monday Morning Blooms & Sunset Across the Landscape (March 22, 2021)
A little floral lift today: #FOTD . . . .
A little floral lift up today: #SquareUp Day 18 #FOTD . . . .
Happy Monday Readers, It is time for Monday Morning Blooms – or “three kind of similar buds” on this Monday 🙂 – and connecting with Day 5 for Kinda-square Full view: ___ Today’s Blog Reflection (because it is Reflect-ober after all) Years ago – ART was a very popular topic here at Priorhouse blog. Art, … More Red Geranium Buds & Quotes by O’Keeffe, Matisse, & Rothko (#Kindasquare Day 5)
Happy Monday Readers, It is time for Monday Morning Blooms. This time with a little research about why gardening is good for mental health. Many of us know this already (and linking to Trent’s weekly smile because gardening brings a smile) but there is empirical support for this garden and improved mental health connection. I had to make a video about … More Monday Morning Blooms – Research about Gardening for Mental Health
Happy Monday Readers, It is time for Monday Morning Blooms. Both of City Sonnet’s color challenges match my post today – colors and letters: “wild rose color shade” photo a day: “creative” There is a hint of mild, wild rose shade in the cherry blossoms. Our “hanging in there cherry tree” bloomed in early April this … More Monday Morning Cherry Blossoms – from Richmond and D.C.
Hello Readers, joining in with Carrot Ranch (HERE) flash fiction. The prompt this week is to write a short fiction (99words) about GRIT. First – here are some Monday Blooms that remind me of Grit Here is my flash fiction for Grit: . Title: ANOTHER HIT Fiction word count: 99 Marcel Sat down Stirred his tea … More MONDAY BLOOMS & GRIT for ANOTHER HIT (Micro Fiction)
Happy Monday Readers, City Sonnet’s color today is Lemon (here) and so here are lemony-yellow blooms. Here is the Emily Dickinson poem for this post: The Way to Know the Bobolink (popular songbird in the 1800s in Massachusetts and Dickinson calls the Bobolink the “bird of birds”): List of Emily Dickinson’s 1,775 Poems HERE Slideshow with some … More Monday Morning Blooms: Lemony-Yellow (& Dickinson’s Bobolink Poem)
Happy Monday Readers, The Snowball Bush is today’s featured bloom. __ Some Blues…. Blue Blooms: Blues Vibe Music: The song for this post is Sean McConnell’s song, “I Don’t Want to Know” McConnell’s “I Don’t Want to Know” song starts with the harmonica and seemed to fit this “bloom and … More Monday Morning Blooms with a Splash of Blues
Happy Monday Readers, Last week, I looked up daffodils to see the different types. Going HERE I found that there are over 13,000 distinct daffodil “varieties.” And HERE they noted “there are between 40 and 200 species, subspecies or varieties and over 32,000 named hybrids.” Well I just know that there are lots of them. … More Monday Morning Blooms – 13,000 Daffodils, oh my!