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  • Writer's pictureJean Linville

b & b

Updated: Jul 28, 2021


July 17 - July 22


what better place

to pause and revive

than tucked in somewhere

between bursts of wild bergamot

and the simmering blues

of a jay's lost feather


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Bethe Hagens
Bethe Hagens
Jul 25, 2021

I don’t know. You can’t make this stuff up. I think my biggest learning has been that the deer and other critters are eating the food we have learned to like. I’ve been so scrupulous about planting a few annuals (like brassicas) but mainly human edible perennials. Even with all that food out there, I don’t know to like yet. The critters have now discovered violets, swamp roses, climbing beans, but not a lot of flowers right there. There is portulaca I’ve been spreading and they don’t eat that. Neither do we. I think WE have to develop new taste buds!

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Jean Linville
Jean Linville
Jul 25, 2021

How amazing! I wonder what it is that the universe is trying to convey by having both of us on such similar paths. Happy exploring!

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Bethe Hagens
Bethe Hagens
Jul 25, 2021

Another amazing coincidence. I’ve been fixated on our red and deep purple beebalm bushes. This is the first year that any have thrived, and Waynno is out there with them almost as often as the bees. But here is the strange thing. I found a blue jay feather, too!

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