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Flowers, links and personal stuff

This was taken beside a highway west of Fredricksburg in April 2004.

The bluebonnets are beginning to bloom in North Texas. Saturday we had the Sprite’s birthday at a farmhouse museum, and I got my first glimpse of bluebonnets. Today, I saw a nice swath of all sorts of wildflowers on the way to a friends house. I love Texas in springtime, except for the snot it brings. Thanks to Ladybird Johnson, we’ve got beautiful wildflowers on roadsides throughout the state.

I’d love to go on an explore and find all the places they’re hiding, but it isn’t to be this year. Most of the blooms are in hill country, but we don’t have the time to make a trip that way now. We’ve done a lot of traveling to west Texas, where the flowers refuse to bloom. We’ve also got a trip Minnesota, where it is still winter. By the time we’re back and have a moment to breathe, the flowers will be gone. The fleeting beauty of wildflowers. sigh. But even if I don’t get to the main concentration of blooms, I’m so glad I can find some around here. I’m considering planting some in my flower beds.

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The downside of the tent idea is no oven to bake cookies. So that idea is obviously a non starter.

As you can see, I’m still having laundry issues. I should seek help. Anybody want to fold some towels?

And for a complete non sequitur, here’s this weeks Carnival of Homeschooling.

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