A response in avoidance of the Daily Post’s Writing Prompt

Well, here we are at Monday.  And a busy week it’s going to be too.  There will be no time to stop and admire the pretty flowers today, so I thought a pause here might be nice.  Guess I’m feeling kind of less sardonic this morning than usual.  Hope I’m not coming down with something…  Oh, and by the way, if people keep walking into the bar, it might be time to move the bar (sorry – couldn’t help myself).

Some of the flowers in the porch hanging baskets:




Blooming trees on our street



And finally, a bit of “snow”fall from the tree in front of our house.  I don’t know what it’s called, but a neighbour walking her dog yesterday said she used to call it a popcorn tree when she was a girl – said it brought back happy memories of the same kind of tree in her yard when she was younger.  That was kind of nice!



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