I stumbled across a shoal of icy blue sea horses as they cavorted amongst the seaweed green. Tumultuous waves of stress dissipated into thin air
Were it not for the narrow green stem holding it captive in it’s pot, I think this startling whipped buttery yellow ‘moth’ just might have taken flight! I hope that I have coaxed it to take up residence here in my garden for the time being.
‘Midnite Prairieblues’ while suspiciously similar in hue to ‘Purple Smoke’ filled my heart with whimsy. With its delicate pea-shaped flowers, I expected to be caught asunder in a writhing mass of thread like tentacles!
Little blue and white smurfs in another part of the garden must be quite peevish that someone has stolen all of their caps! My favourite Aconitum amongst a horde of blue helmets! Toxic beauty personified! Don’t hate me because I am deadly!
I awaken and realize that I must have nodded off. The chirping of crickets and the gentle fluttering of wings greets my return to the here and now. Only a gentle indentation of the grass where I lay remains. I feel refreshed and revitalized, calmed of my recent stress. I have only my garden to thank!