Nature Insight: Ladies and Gent

Even with Violet and Iris gone, my garden would be a woman’s place…

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for Daisy, Lily…

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Rose…

 

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 and Bell–not forgetting busy Lizzie…

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if it wasn’t for…

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sweet William!

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27 thoughts on “Nature Insight: Ladies and Gent

    • Laurel, how kind you are. But, again, it makes me so happy to know I can offer a little light in the world. It comes back to me a thousand fold. It is the way I keep myself uplifted too! Blessings!

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  1. Perhaps we could persuade Sweet William to change its name to Luscious Wilma… Very pretty drawings, Diane! Summer is for flowers. Yesterday I heard four little ones outside my window discussing the pros and cons of picking one of the roses in my garden. 🙂

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    • Luscious Wilma…I think secretly he wouldn’t mind at all, Barbara! Yes, I just can’t get enough of summer flowers…and have to keep myself away from garden centers. What a precious conversation those little ones were having! Thanks for sharing and your kind lovely comment. Happy summer solstice!

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    • Thank you so much, Ina! I am surrounded now…my garden is so lovely…and wish I had more time to paint them in the moment! Thank goodness for the digital camera…so at least ‘the moment’ can be preserved!

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