New York: one woman, one garden, twelve seasons.
to be served, no doubt, with a healthy side of duck-and-cover.been tippling the sloe gin myself of late. . .
I dunno... I think it's photoshoped. Digital artists have no respect these days. ;-)
My pawpaw is awfully close to said fan. I bought a bottle of Prosecco this week, inspired by you. Haven't opened it yet.
thanks for the info on the zinnias.
Melanie - did you make it? Sounds awfully good.Beence...blablabla :-)xm...we should take care with our pawpaws. Or our fans. Tricky one. Yum, bubbles.Lily H - you're welcome. Next year.
My favourite wine glass, sole survivor of a set, is small-ish.The Man just says it's my excuse for refills!
Marie, your blog is always a welcome haven at the end of my hectic days with 5th graders. Now I'm inspired to make the martini to have while I read the blog...then I won't care what speed the fan is when the pawpaw hits it.......and if I have enough of them I won't KNOW when the pawpaw hits it!
Dinahmow - I've just bought some beautiful, large wine glasses, just two. Problem is they take so much wine it disappears fast and then you feel deprived. Small is better.Susan - nice to know. My hat's off to you with five graders all day!