Where does time go? There has been a wedding in Montreal. Which was fantastic. The food was amazing.
Winter brought rain — glorious rain. Which produced a small crop of potatoes in the compost pile. which I turned into a lovely little potato salad. The figs look like they will produce a bumper crop of figs.I planted tomatoes and artichokes and the herb garden is quite healthy. Temperatures are heating up with Summer waining. July 4th was just here, now past and moving forward. The birds and the butterflies are returning. I even saw an orange dragon fly the other day.
Hope your July is looking good,
A handsome young man years ago asked if I would be his wife. What would I say? I didn’t think but a few seconds before I answered. He was kind and thoughtful. He sent me long-stemmed red roses one Valentine’s Day and we had only been out a couple of times. Would I marry the one who gave me chocolates or the one who gave me red roses?
Do I pick Door #1 who I love and loves me, who is nice to my mother and father, and who my friends like or do I wait for whatever might be behind Door #2, which Drew Barrymore in her book Wildflower said may have a keg of beer and a donkey (jackass). It was a simple decision.
Marriage is not easy nor is it for the faint of heart. It is a roller coaster ride. Respect is the key to that door.