Well, my Flower Moon celebration didn’t quite materialize as I had hoped. It got quite cold and windy that night then rained the next; so, hopefully, we’ll get out on the water at the next full moon (which will be “Moon When Leaves Are Green” according to Sioux tradition). It was fun hearing back from many of you about your celebrations of the blossoming of spring.
My week was full of other celebrations, including the “Run for the Roses” better known as the…Continue
I’ve always been intrigued by the names that many cultures have used to identify the moons as they wax and wane through our sky through the seasons. This month’s moon, in the Cherokee tradition, is called the “Flower Moon.” (You know that warms…
So many beautiful flowers are blooming in my garden. It makes me so happy that I have been dancing for joy!
I have daffodils, cherries, peach, magnolia, violets, and forsythia -- just to name a few.
Thank you for your feedback on your favorite flowers. If you ever want to check if I’ve already written something about a particular flower, you can…