Okay, yesterday I was all melancholy and out of sorts.
Well, Monday was cloudy and rainy and the warmer weather apparently decided to take a day or two off. Tuesday's post reflected the weather and my mood.
Call me gloomy Gus.
The Nuke called, "Really Dad, a sad post? Snap out of it old man."
Well Wednesday, though cool, was pretty nice. A lot of haze out over the Atlantic but from where I was sitting the weather was sweet.
So I dragged the new camera out back after work, the gardens have undergone an amazing transition in the past month. Though the tulips and daffodils have gone, the bleeding hearts (the flower, not the you-know-whats), the lilacs, wisteria and phlox are dominating the color palette. It's pretty, smells good too.
So today things are good. I trust it's a trend!
We'll get back to the history lessons soon. (Stop groaning!)
|No, Hank's Oyster Bar is not in my back yard. It's in Alexandria and a good place to eat.|
|I really need to get out there when the sun is higher.|
|Bleeding hearts, lilac and lupins.|
|Phlox by the pond. (Not by the pound... Sorry, I couldn't resist.)|
|As night falls, how about a song?|