A SEAL Wolf for Sale, THE END!!!

A Wolf

I love it when I can finish the book!

It’s up on Amazon, and the release date is April!

http://www.amazon.com/SEAL-Wolf-Sale-Heart/dp/1402293828

Now I’m back to Her Highland Hero, 16,400 words to go.

We had lots and lots of rain, which usually means mushrooms. But nope. Then we had days and days of hot weather, and there were the mushrooms. So I ran out with my camera and took a couple of pictures. Doesn’t this look like a fairy garden to you? Interesting mushroom. Check. Winged creature. Check. Wildflowers. Check. And the mushroom is split as if it were petals of a flower. Very fairy-like, don’t you think?  Check.

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Here is one that hasn’t split like the other. Interesting caps. 🙂

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And some kind of wildflower that has stars in the center that made me think of jacks. 🙂

For the first time since my father died fifteen years ago, the giant sunflowers did not come up. I think the farmer must have plowed them up. And that’s sad. I could put the seeds out, but it wouldn’t be the same. When I saw the sunflowers, it made me think of my dad and the love he had of the gardens.

If I do plant some next year, I’ll put them in a different location.

Do you have plants that mean something special to you?

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2 thoughts on “A SEAL Wolf for Sale, THE END!!!

  1. I love the mushrooms. Great pictures.
    My mom has always loved bleeding hearts. I bought her one about 30 years ago and it’s still alive. She divided it and gave me a plant. So now I have part of that bleeding heart in my garden. I dig it up and bring it with me whenever I move.
    I hope your sunflowers return next year. Sunflowers always make me smile for some reason.

    • Thanks, Bonnie! Ahhh on the bleeding hearts. They had them in medieval times, and I wrote about them in one of my stories. 🙂 That’s lovely that you have part of your mothers and that they have lived so long!!

      I did that with some of my irises, moved them twice. Only a few made it, but I’m going to plant more. And yes, on the sunflowers. They are so sunny and beautiful.

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