8 thoughts on “Silent Sundays — wallflowers

  1. Oh, and how we dreaded, back ‘in the day’ ever being a ‘wallflower’…. (at the Stoke Hall dance on a Saturday night).

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Fate worse than death

  2. Beautiful and happy Sunday to you too Rachel

  3. Cathy Cade says:

    they grow wild in my front garden. They were here when we moved in and appear in a new place each year – sometimes the middle of the drive 🙁

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      The best! I love the scent

  4. Over Soil says:

    The grew on the top of the sandstone walls in Old Duston, Northampton and now I don’t know if any do? For now I see on Google Earth that there’s so many houses along Meeting Lane instead of an open space, but wait, there’s still a sandstone wall in the gap next to the Coop. Maybe nature still has that space?

    1. Rachel McAlpine says:

      Maybe you need to go back and inspect the territory in person

      1. Over Soil says:

        No way, those days are gone and only a remnant of a ghost of memories reside there. In fact there’s a song that’s just came to mind thinking about it: There’s A Ghost In My House ~ R. Dean Taylor

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