“I prefer to be true to myself, even at the hazard of incurring the ridicule of others, rather than to be false, and to incur my own abhorrence.” - Frederick Douglass
A rose by any other name...I hear their hard to grow though. They must pruned back every couple years, given proper nourishment and be grown strictly according to the manual.
Heh.I heard someone refer to a "tea party rose" a few weeks ago, and this image sprang to mind. I nicked someone's yelow rose photo and created a new, ... improved image. :-)Prune that government and stick to that Constitution Manual ... thingy!
I Love a pretty rose! This one is...wonderful!Hello from Texas!I'm on my "regular" blog right now but I also Blog for Sarah...atAmerican Pie...Happy night to you!
I've seen these kind of flowers all over where I live. They grow best when left alone, because they nourish themselves rather than depending on a master gardener to tell them where to grow, how tall to grow, how many blooms they're allowed, etc., etc. ...
I think I like this comment thread :-)
Are they like that other thing that occasionally has to be watered with the blood of patriots and tyrants? The "tree of liberty" that Jefferson spoke of?
Post a Comment