Glory's Garden

All the world's a garden, you know, and we are mere flowers within it. Come, I'll show you!

Don't get any funny ideas!

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My Peeps!

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Nearly Wordless Wednesday: Clematis Time

It is Clematis time again...and it's rather spectacular this year. 
White Clematis

Wanna see? Sure you do....

Nelly Moser clematis pale pink with darker pink center stripe.

Maroon red clematis.

Dark purple clematis.

Pale lavender clematis.

One clematis--my favorite Comtess De Bouchand, a sad thing indeed-- seems to have died over winter, but overall most of my clematis vines are looking nice this year.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Penn State Summer Games 2016

The first week of June we went to Penn State for Summer games. That includes Track and field, bowling, equestrian, golf, tennis, basketball, softball and...

aquatics...that is to say swimming.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

I suppose That's just me

Ever notice how nice a field of tall grass looks? If you look closely you'll even see flowers. No, not the yellow ones...the purple-ly pink ones.

Friday, June 3, 2016

Nearly Wordless Wednesday: Statues which make me happy

We went to the museum of art in Washington DC some time ago and I thought I'd show you some statues which make me so happy.Guess why.
Lady with flower

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

I love Cabella's and here is why

Whenever I get the chance I like to go to Cabella's outfitters stores. We only know of one about  two hours away from home so we can't go often, but whenever we are close we like to stop by and spend an hour or two looking around. It's just a wonderful and amazing place!

Friday, May 27, 2016

What box?

As you may know, there are two kinds of people in this world; those who stay within the lines and think only inside the box and those who do NOT and consequently get themselves in trouble or become famous, rich and otherwise break free of the constraints society wishes to put on them.

But did you know there is a third type of person? Yes, there is, and I'm married to him. Tom is the kind of person who does NOT stay within lines but not because he doesn't want to...he simply refuses to see boundaries, you see. If he doesn't see lines there is no need to stay within them...get it?

And as for thinking inside the box? He  just doesn't believe  this mythical box exists...he certainly has never seen or felt it, so, of course, why would he make himself stay in a place that does not exist... Let alone his brain function!?

As far as I can tell there is only one Tommy of my acquaintance although there must have been a few others-- all of them innovators, inventors and otherwise near or actual geniuses. They can see far beyond the average person's line of vision and also think far beyond most people's ability.

They are a special breed and therefore need understanding. They do NOT often have what we ordinary folk call "people skills", you see. We must make allowances for them because, let's face it, without them we might very well be still in the stone age rubbing sticks together to make fire...or maybe not even that!

I'll bet anything the first guy to rub two sticks together to make fire was  labeled a kook. Gotta love the kooks of this world! At least I do.

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Sunday, May 22, 2016