It’s lovely but cold in Atlanta today, the kind of treacherous weather that makes you start thinking of laying out the garden and maybe putting in a few early herbs, only to have them zapped by the next cold front. Oh, Mother Nature, you will not fool me so easily, even though I have the screen door open – I drove home three days ago from Raleigh in the snow. I will not be tricked.
(And yes, I know you don’t actually have to have the screen door open since it is already made of screen. Thank you Adam for pointing that out.)
However, it does feel spring-like (spring-y? whatever) and despite the groundhog’s dire prediction I am going to post a lovely flower photo taken in Cordoba, Spain, where all good geraniums go to die. They are everywhere, and they are not subtle. They splash out in great bursts of neon pink and blood red, puncuating the white stone walls down every alley. They are the floral equivilent of a silly hat that makes everyone smile.
Let the wind blow, the sun is still shining….