Happy Wednesday! It’s the final Wednesday in July and the back garden is in full bloom. Late July and early August are the most colorful months of B’s garden.
It’s been a summer full of hard work, reflection, and good amount of rejuvenation and restoration.
This morning as I began my day, as I skimmed through e-mails, I was inspired several blog posts for Wordless Wednesday. I decided to post a picture for word less Wednesday, but I can’t do it without words, so I’ll do it with LESS words. Perhaps next week will be a true wordless Wednesday.
Last summer, B found pictured coneflower and brought it home for our garden and planted it. Monday morning, I was surveying the garden and discovered them. I love the brilliance of coneflowers and how they bring bright color to the garden in mid-summer.
I’ve been working on a new post for several days, but I am wordless at the moment, so I’ll press publish and jump in to the day because today is going to be a great day, I know it and I can feel it. Making the Days Count, one day at a time, one photograph, one memory of summer to hold on to in winter.
What stands out to you in a garden?
3 thoughts on “less words for a Wednesday”
Come on Clay, make your mind up 😉 ! One minute you’re saying you can’t work without words, the next that you’re wordless! Whatever would your pupils think?? Enjoy the final weeks of your summer break, as English pupils begin theirs.
Margaret – my pupils are minimalists…. no worries. I try to get them to write more. I was paralyzed on this particular post…I ma going to be doing a wordless Wednesday post and since it was my first post in a while so I felt an explanation of sorts was needed…I was under my normal word count. There are two weeks remaining, counting today, and I still have lots to do. It’s already a fabulous day. Thanks and have a wonderful day!
The main thing is … don’t stress. Holiday time! Enjoy your day, and the ones to come.