Saturday, June 22, 2013

Said Without Words



Simplicity, beauty, easy maintenance, and saying, "Welcome", without words on a stupid sign or flag or doormat.
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Garden & Be Well, XO Tara
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Susanne Hudson's garden, pic taken earlier this month.

11 comments:

Bruce Barone said...

Love you!

onemoreoption said...

That is a great thought. Deferring to your excellent idea, if I may . . . this morning I had a thought that may have some overlap:

It may be true that many, maybe most significant problems, interactions, or relationships involve complex maintenance and solutions. But sometimes, the person who "wins," is the person who finds the briefest, simplest way to convey the solution.

If Einstein's theory of relativity could only be abbreviated to several complex pages of uncommon math symbols, the theory would probably be just as true and important. But there may be some artistry in the brevity of the final form of the commonly known equation, an equation that provides a simply conduit to answer many complex questions.

onemoreoption said...

That is a great thought. Deferring to your excellent idea, if I may . . . this morning I had a thought that may have some overlap:

It may be true that many significant problems, interactions, or relationships involve complex maintenance and solutions. But sometimes, the person who "wins," is the person who finds the briefest, simplest way to convey a remedy.

If Einstein's theory of relativity could only be abbreviated to several complex pages of math symbols, the theory would probably be just as true and important. But there may be some artistry in the brevity of the final form of the commonly known equation, an equation that provides a simple conduit to answer many complex questions.

Cozy Little House said...

Oh, how I wish I could grow these beauties. Have not had any luck so far.
Brenda

Low Tide High Style said...

Lovely!

Kat

Henhurst Interiors said...

Hydrangea are one of my three favorites. I think they are the epitome of summer. xo, Phyllis

Merrilyn Parham said...

Well said!

mary duffy said...

Couldn't agree more

Shirley said...

How I love hydrangeas! We are a bit behind in our season here but my hydrangeas have small beginnings of what will be enormous blossoms (I hope). Have a wonderful day!

Debra Phillips said...

simply and lovingly perfect!
come on over tara, just posted a stunning illinois garden
debra

Nita Stacy said...

yes, certainly says welcome. love it