It is Outdoor Wednesday, hosted by Susan at A Southern Daydreamer.
Spring in East Texas in mid-May means that tulips and hyacinths have come and gone. The perennials are up. And the nurseries are full of annuals, such as the white petunias above.
It is a time of gathering around an outdoor table. In outdoor “rooms.”
It is a time when you see butterflies and bees and hummingbirds flitting about the plants, doing what nature tells them to do.
When birds build nests and have babies and train them to fly alone.
When bunnies hop into gardens. And sometimes stay there.
When we sit and lose our thoughts staring into gazing balls.
On land and on water…
As goldfish swim in the pond, at their own pace and enroute to their own destination.