To Show I haven’t forgotten you

These are a few feet from the clothesline.  Nice to look at.
Until they are done blooming, I can’t hang laundry close.

I don’t know the name, so I call them Misery Makers.

Chris had a show last evening at ISU called a Guitar Potpourri.  He was playing music which is almost 200 years old.
Wednesday evenings is my Government class, but for all afternoon, I did get to listen to him practice in the kitchen.

Very Soon, I hope, I will get to sit and enjoy some of this….

Until then, You All Take Care!!
~~love and Huggs, Diane

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7 Responses to To Show I haven’t forgotten you

  1. Kami says:

    Ohhhhh, that sun tea looks yummy!!

  2. caroline says:

    The flowers are very pretty.
    The tea looks sooooo good. It’s great that your son can play the guitar.

  3. Stephanie says:

    I love it! What great shots and narrative!!

  4. Audrey says:

    The name of the flowers is Vibernum–unsure of spelling.

  5. MrsDoF says:

    Caroline: Chris works very hard with the guitar. He began lessons at age 13, and hopes to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music.
    It’s very difficult to make a living in Music, tho. We will love it when the plan comes together!

  6. Tee says:

    Great pics!!

    I love sun tea! My Mom used to make it from mint growing in the yard.

    What a HOT guitarist! … Um… I mean, handsome? LOL. I love hearing the guitar. I’m learning to play but can’t even do a chord as of yet. I’m practicing some finger exercises. My fingers are too short. LOL.

    Pretty flowers 🙂

  7. momma says:

    We called them snowball bushes but Audrey may have the correct name for your lovely flowers. Our bush in the front yard is just leafing out so my picture will have to wait.

    I wish Kris well with his music. Life is so much richer when music is in your heart.

    Let us know how the government class is going.