Oh poor Zelda. My pelvis just hurts at the thought of this.
God bless the spring flowers that bloom without being asked. Those are my kind of plants.
Ah bright yellow blooms are a sign of springtime. Poor Zelda - hard to imagine carrying that much extra around on their spindly legs. Maybe next post will be Zelda and her triplets?! Enjoy the spring between racing around doing a zillion things - know the work on new bakery/home has to be progressing.
What are those flowers?? I saw them on the grounds of Southern Exposure Seed Exchange (in VA) recently and loved them, but I have no idea what they are.
Poor Zelda I was wondering how she is....she must be miserable!
Beautifl sunny blooms, thanks for sharing. I bet Zelda is just waiting for better weather :)
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