Monthly Archives: August 2016

Blueberry Muffins

Not just any blueberry muffins. Jordan¬†Marsh blueberry muffins. I have a recipe that I clipped from the Boston Globe more years ago than I can count. It’s yellow with age, and I’ve decided to make a more permanent copy before … Continue reading

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Queen Anne’s Lace

This comes under the heading of you learn something every day. Yesterday, I published a picture of wildflowers that I have always referred to as Queen Anne’s Lace. A friend posted a reference to the fact that Queen Anne’s Lace … Continue reading

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Flowers of August

Queen Anne’s Lace and clover. Subtle signs of change. Tangle of wildflowers sharing Nature’s message¬† that summer’s peak has come and gone. Warmth remains, but the light has dimmed. In response, new flowers line the winding paths. The quiet flowers. … Continue reading

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