Frosty Forecast Sep18 by melodylowes Frosty forecast spells your doom, Relegates to flower’s tomb; Smile while smiling time remains, Seeds will conquer frosty chains. Share this:FacebookEmailPinterestTwitterLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related
Your blue “glories” are so vibrant, Melody! I wish we Could keep them all year long–such a bright hopeful symbol of morning–it would help when the gloomy days descend, eh? Guess I’ll just have to bookmark the page, and keep coming back to have another look! God bless you–love, Caddo
I’m banking sunshine for those gloomy days! 🙂
Good plan–and don’t forget, you’ve always got Caddo!
So true! ‘Caddo-shine’ is definitely strong stuff – how many ‘corn heat units’?? 🙂
Cackling again! Have NO clue about corn heat units–is this something I need to know? I don’t do much farming in my suburban apartment…we already chatted about my houseplant mortality rates. But I do rather like “Caddo-shine”–sounds like a potential poem…
Solar heat is measured in ‘corn heat units’ where farming is concerned – a little farming trivia for you on this fine Caddo-shining day! 🙂
Thanks, Melody–if I have a spare 10 min today, I may just look up C H U to get some history…will report back!
The picture took my breath away! While I don’t like thinking about what the frost will do, I love the ending about the seeds remaining. Yay!
Isn’t that a wonderful truth? Our beauty may fade in certain seasons, but our fruitfulness needn’t!