Since Ashokan Farewell was so popular, let's enjoy another by the same composer: ♫Lover's Waltz♫
The flowers have been going into a slumber. I hope that they wake up. We had flowers long into October last year and I'd like them to do it all over again. My friend Diane told me that, if I do not cut back the last rose blooms, they will have more energy to come out on in the spring. Since I always cut back my rose blossoms, I must remember not to do this from now until next spring. This advice is only good for the end of the season by the way. It is still good to prune roses during the season.
I must thank all those who emailed me after reading yesterday's post. (I had many more emails than the comments I would have on a typical day and most were a lot longer.) No one was unkind; hopefully, the dialogue can remain open. If you wrote and haven't received a comment, I'm working my way through the stack.
The trouble with my blog look is ongoing and I do apologize to all who've seen it go back and forth. Perhaps the powers that be would like me to be quiet and stop writing for it so happens that every time I go to the DESIGN button to look behind the scenes or write a new post, my blog reverts back to some former nightmare. This means that I have to go through each element to return it to what I want. I've finally had the good sense to write my color numbers down. Anyone know how to resolve this or have you ever had it happen to you?
I will probably say so long until sometime next week. Do have a blessed holiday weekend!