Good morning everyone on this rather chilly morning! And…Happy Friday to all of you as well! I notice that many of you have great special posts just for Fridays, maybe I should start that too, but I’ll pick a different day. Of course, then I would have to think of something really cool for that special post and…maybe I’ll forget it. Or let Muffin do something, she is always asking to have her own weekly post. It is chilly out there this morning. I went out to feed the birds and couldn’t believe the difference from the last 3 days. But the sun is trying to come out now, breaking through that heavy layer of clouds. That will help bring the temp up to the forecast high for today of 65 to 68F (18-20C). More normal temps for June than what we have enjoyed for 3 days. It is 54F (12C) right at the moment.
Muffin enjoyed the fact it was cooler in here this morning and she was flying around the place again. Then she enjoyed her breakfast and is now having her morning nap. She does have a good schedule. Speaking of schedules, I’m a bit behind this morning. For some reason I couldn’t get this new editor to open for me. Sigh. I don’t think it liked the fact I switched back to the classic editor to do my award post yesterday. It’s a little faster with the classic editor. I’m sort of getting used to the new editor, but it would be nice if they got rid of the blocks. Oh well, that’s just me, takes me a long time to learn these new things. So, while I get my second cup of coffee, let’s take a look at some pics of white flowers today…
The top featured image are apple blossoms which are long gone now and soon apples will begin growing. In the pic directly above is the Canada anemone. These wildflowers are about 1 and a half inches across (3.5cm) and the plants are generally about 18 inches (45cm) tall. They used to be quite common but are getting much harder to find now.
In the above pic is the three-toothed cinquefoil, it is a very common wildflower around here, but fairly small so not often picked by people. It keeps it’s leaves year round though they turn red in fall. They love sandy or rocky areas. Four days left. I hope you all have a fantastic Friday and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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