Wordless Wednesday: Sunflowers
By April Freeman | Aug 20, 2014
I’ve been so busy getting the garden in during the last two weeks that writing time hasn’t happened. However, for your pleasure, I’ll post a new photo from the garden.
The sunflowers have been gorgeous this year. No matter how terrible of a year we have, I can always grow sunflowers.
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