It’s spring in South Carolina! All the signs are here: azaleas, dogwoods, yellow jessamine, wisteria, Lady Banks roses, irises, honeysuckle, violets, flowering cherries, periwinkle, Japanese magnolias. And pollen. Lots and lots of pollen.
The color yellow has been on my mind lately as I walk around the neighborhood. It’s a bright, sunny color of summer, true. But it is also the color of school crossings, school buses, and #2 pencils. As the summer … Continued
September is slowly fading away, taking the flash and brilliance of summer with it. All of the bright hues are now gone, letting us see the colors that are left behind. Right now, I’m seeing a lot of purple. Purple … Continued