The Honeysuckles are blooming, and after a brief rain shower, their scent filled the air.
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I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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19 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 109”
I think you’ve missed your calling.
Hey. Wait a minute. Are you saying my writing stinks?! Whatever. (smile)
Thanks, Kim. I love snapping pictures, and I love the freedom digital cameras give you.
It’s on the fence along our driveway. When I get in the car parked in the driveway…I get a real whiff of it.
My son, Joe, tried to show me a stretch of vine on our way to school the other day. I dismissed him and said it was too early for Honeysuckles. He tried to tell me I was wrong. Come to find out – that same day – I followed my nose and found a vine. That kid is smart. I need not doubt him.
Mmmmm…honeysuckle. That stuff tastes good!
They do taste good, Thoughts. I look forward to the browning of the flowers. Mmm…
sniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiffffff!!!! mmm : )
Really. Love the scent.
There used to be some in a neighbor’s yard. I miss the scent. Might have to plant my own, huh? There is a shrub on the route I normally walk that I get to sniff. 🙂
I bet if you snip a piece of the vine you pass while walking, you could put it in a glass with water to get roots. Then you could start your own vine.
Good idea, but it’s in someone’s yard. 🙂 I don’t remember a “no trespassing” sign, though…
We have a some Honeysuckle outside our apartment, too! Love them! And this, of course!
You have good taste, my Creative Friend.
Your photos are priceless, Lenore. I can smell the Honeysuckle…
Blessings – Maxi
Thank you, Maxi.
Ummm. I can just smell them in their dampness. I remember as a kid grasping the blossoms and pulling the bottoms off to suck the honey-sweet nectar from inside.
Lovely, eh? We’ll suck the flowers as soon as they are perfectly brown. 🙂
Oh, how I miss honeysuckles! What a treat even to see them, though. Thank you. 🙂
You are welcome, Deb.