It’s been awhile since I’ve written anything, so I decided to sit and chat for a few minutes before getting back to my reading. I love to read, I think, more than I love to write…they are a close tie…
I took a photo of some cut-out leaves on one of our walls here at the Isles. I thought you’d enjoy them, especially if you live in Florida like I do. I only get to see the foliage when I visit my daughter in Jersey.
The weather is a little cooler here today…tonight we will be in the low 60’s…brrrrr…..
Autumn in Florida is fantastic…much nicer than the heat of summer sun. The days are in the 70-80’s and perfect. The sun isn’t as hot, but you can still catch a sunburn if you aren’t careful.
Wishing all of you a nice, pleasant fall….hope you get to catch some fall colors…if not, save these leaves.
It’s just a picture of a rose, but it has so much meaning. This rose reminds me of a friend named Anne who lived in a coach house in Baltimore. She grew roses by the hundreds in the front of her quaint little home on Bolton Hill. There was a gated wrought iron fence around her property that highlighted the beauty of the rose bushes. People would always stop as they passed her home. Sometimes someone would open the iron gate and sit awhile on her porch while she served lemonade. Anne was a quiet soul who suffered in silence. She was a powerhouse at the office, often walking to and from work past the resting place of Edgar Allan Poe. She worked tirelessly while she put her husband through law school and had his two children to adore him. After he became important, she lost him to a friend; her children became rebellious, and she never sat on the porch again. One night she had a glass of wine and a sleeping pill. The roses died that year and I never saw her again. I know she has a rose garden in Heaven, a porch to sit on, and a cold pitcher of lemonade ready for visitors.
picture of Napa Valley in California..
Someone read my last blog from South Africa….did you?
Have a beautiful Mother’s Day!
This photo was taken at SummerBay Resort properties in Orlando, Florida. It is a beautiful place as you can see. I love the covered bridge, the reflection, and the blue sky. No wonder so many people retire to Florida. The weather is mostly wonderful except for a little wild weather once in awhile. It’s worth it!