Charlie is on his bed at the other end of the couch. When I’m sitting, he’s either there, on the other side of me, or sprawled across the couch and ottoman, feet stretched out behind him.
It’s Friday. How is it Friday again already?
I finished “The Good Liar.” Good book. I will be reviewing it soon. I’d like to read more books by Catherine McKenzie.
Don’t you just love finding new-to-you authors? Opens up a whole new world of possibility for good reading.
A close up of a gardenia after the rain. The white petals look and feel like velvet. So feminine and lovely.
A passion vine flower I photographed earlier this morning. These flowers remind me of a space ship or something.
The flowers have an unusual but very delicate beauty. I always enjoy gazing at passion vine flowers. Their intricate petals fascinate me.
Nature is the most talented artist that ever was, don’t you think?
I’ve had this garden sculpture since before I moved back to Oklahoma. I ordered it from right here in Tulsa from Garden Deva.
This particular sculpture reminds me of a woman who’s had about all she’s going to take. And she won’t take any more, with her hands thrown up for emphasis.
Now she’s about to be hidden by lemon balm. I will keep it cut back from her face.
Both the chartreuse and purple sweet potato vines are growing like nobody’s business. The leaves get bigger and bigger by the day. Soon they will be the size of my hands.
I do love the contrast of this shade of green in my garden. It highlights the deeper and darker shades of green leaves.
Purple flowers and green leaves are always so beautiful together. When you look at these colors in the garden, it is relaxing somehow. Peaceful.
It is probably my favorite color combo to pair together. The two colors together lend a certain sense of mystery to the garden.
Charlie and I have no weekend plans. Just staying in out of the heat. Keeping the patio garden watered.
Read books and maybe watch a few silly Lifetime movies. Or maybe not watch silly Lifetime movies. Depends on my mood.
Eat fresh cucumbers from my garden.
Enjoy being together, Charlie and me.