A Craft Moment
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A craft moment:
*Could we see when and where we are to meet again, we would be more tender when we bid our friends goodbye.*
Marie Louise De La Ramee
Don't know what these are called. I should ask the couple who own the garden, I bet they know!
...on a neighbour's roof. Sunset last night with threats of torrential rain which still hasn't materialized...
I have been noticed doing my thing! An elderly lady came up to me and told me that she had some beautiful double poppies outside her kitchen window and I'd better bring the camera round quick.
Poppies have a general meaning but red poppies signify pleasure and consolation.
Currants in the language of fruit.
Unbelievably, I found *The language of fruit*. So here we have the gooseberry and it's meaning. A fitting companion piece to my language of flowers series...
In the language of flowers they mean goodbye, departure, thank you for the lovely time and....Blissful Pleasure!
This honeysuckle bud is for shitake and AmericanFriend. In the language of flowers it means *generous and devoted affection.*