It’s the last glorious morning in August so it’s quite fitting that this wordless Wednesday’s image be a Morning Glory. Although this annual did not start blossoming until after Hurricane Irene whipped it around a bit, this Wednesday was the first full flower I witnessed before its bloom faded into the afternoon light. While its magenta flower may clash with the merlot red barn, for me, it’s like olive oil and vinegar – a perfect match; which reminds me of all the fresh summer produce that explodes in flavor with this simple combination. Another Annie default - it’s too many words for wordless Wednesday but enjoy this last glorious morning in August. And as the poet, Walt Whitman reminds us, “A morning-glory at my window satisfies me more than the metaphysics of books.”
Image of a Morning Glory Blossom in our garden by Ann Bilowz
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