Storm, on my sandals while I sit at the computer.
Are you sensing a trend? I have taken at least 8 photos of her in the same place all with different shoes.
My miniature crape myrtle has powdery mildew this year, which is odd, since we haven't had much rain. I didn't know what to do for it, but the article I found says to remove all infected plant parts. That means I have to cut back to the central stem, and since this plant is over 5' tall, I'd lose all of it and get no bloom this year. This variety blooms in late July and August. I really hate to cut it all off. What to do?!
An old friend sent this photo of a double rainbow over her home in Colorado. Beautiful!
These tiny blossoms, which look like lily of the valley, were blooming on a tree in my backyard this year. It is just off the deck at the place where the foxes came onto the deck back in the spring, so I had a hard time getting over there to take the photo. I don't know what kind of tree this is, do you? Edit: I did some research; it is a sourwood or wood sorrel tree.
Last but not least, another of my granddaughter's original art. She gave this one to her aunt because they both love the beach.
Here's hoping that each of you had a great Fourth of July and the rest of the weekend will be even better. We stayed home and read/napped/blogged/cooked/ate and will probably do the same thing tomorrow.