Finally - the sun is out with perfect temperatures and no threat of rain for the next 24 hours. Just think. We could have snow in summer. So for those of you that haven’t noticed, this wonderful spreading groundcover (Cerastium tomentosum – common name/Snow in Summer) is flowering.
Today’s post is just a simple reminder of what’s in bloom. Terri Guillemets provides our quote for the day because so many people choose to start the morning off on the wrong foot. “If you've never been thrilled to the very edges of your soul by a flower in spring bloom, maybe your soul has never been in bloom.” Enjoy the day instead of …. and complain. Yep, that was a fill in the blank. So spread spring cheer as we hustle towards the holiday weekend.
Images of Snow in Summer in the garden by Ann Bilowz
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