June Crawford Sanders
Bio Note: I am happily watching clouds and wildflowers on my side of the mountain and glad to be alive to enjoy this beautiful Spring.
A Wildflower Alphabet
"Of what are you afraid, my child?" Enquired the kindly teacher. "Oh, Sir, the flowers, they are wild!" Replied the timid creature. - Peter Newell Aster, Buttercup, Chicory, Daisy My sky is blue, if a little hazy Eglantine, Figwort, Geranium, Holly Come what may, one must be jolly Indian Paintbrush, Jo-Pye-Weed Beauty is seen in word and deed Kalanchoe, Lobelia, Mistletoe, Nettle Keep on your toes, never ‘settle’ Oleander, Primrose, Queen Anne’s Lace Meet each day and trial with grace Ragweed, Skunk Cabbage, Thorny Thistle Jiminy Cricket says give a little whistle Umbrella Plant, Violet Nature’s prolific, not celibate Woodbine, Xanthium, Yarrow, Zinnia Try pleasing everyone, get schizophrenia
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