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Your posting brings a smile to my face because it is so true - we always go. My first Muse Day post is here.
Mine's up Carolyn - you'll find me a more philosophical muse today!http://vegplotting.blogspot.com/2008/07/gbmd-focus-on-horizon.htmlGreetings from a hot, sunny and windy England!
How lovely, VP. Thanks so much for sharing your GBMD post.
And a lovely one as well, Cindy. Thanks for contributing to the poetry circle.
It's certainly a withering July day here in Nova Scotia! Beautiful post, Carolyn.My contribution is up with a Canada Day theme. :)http://tinyurl.com/45ulhlHappy Canada Day to All Canadian Muses!
Hi, Carolyn! Just posted mine, too. BONUS: poem AND a link to the poem set to music. Happy summer to us all!http://www.pleasanthillramblings.blogspot.com
Mine is up! I am looking forward to reading everyone's muses.
Hi Carolyn, I like your photo, but it's too hot to hoe here. We're sitting the shade sippin' tea. Happy Muse Day.~~Dee
Carolyn Gail, sweat and grumble is me when I use a hoe.:) My first ever Muse Day post is up. Have been wanting to do this but never could remember til I was reading other's. Thanks!
What lovely art. Thank you so much for starting this wonderful idea. I posted my first Muse Day. It's here: Grace & Whimsy
Is this one of your paintings?
Just posted my Garden Bloggers' Muse Day poem.Your poem and painting match perfectly. Thanks for GBMD.JanAlways Growing
Of course I love this post because it is about hoeing! I've posted for Muse Day at May Dreams Gardens.
Hi, I've posted my first Muse Day as well. I thought it was such a lovely idea, I was determined to remember this time round. I LOVE Ruth Pitter's poetry, by the way: great choice.
Just posted my first muse day poem. Yours is lovely; I'm going have to read some more of Pitter.--Kate
I definitely sweat and gripe during July. The hoe is usually leaned up on the side of the house. Too hot to hoe.I love this picture. It brings to mind a print of a Van Gough that I kept in the laundry room for years of two women ironing and they were deifinitely sweating. No ac back then.
Thanks to all of you for your wonderful musings this July.
I forgot to post on time, then I posted, but forgot to come back here. I think the summer heat is going to my brain! http://mcgregorsdaughter.blogspot.com/2008/07/july-muse-2008.html.
Carolyn, I've posted "A-Muse" day post. Accept my apologies, first. ;-) (Just for fun!)
Hi Carolyn: Love the painting...just love it!I did up a Muse Day post last night (it was also Canada Day yesterday) and while it's not so much about the garden, it's certainly about Muses.
Carolyn.Had a few moments tonight and wanted to stop by and thank you for inquiring about me and tracking me down. Your kindness means a lot. BTW I just realized you got a blog of note. Congrats!I'll be back.
Love the painting and a perfect post, Carolyn. You have a gifted eye! I always mean to participate but with my crazy life of late, my head seems to be on vacation!
Thanks, Joey. You've so much beautiful poetry on your blog it seems that everyday is muse day.
Just stopped by to say I really enjoyed this poem; so true this time of year.I did not get a post up this time, but hope to next month.
A few thoughts about August are up on my blog, The Gardener Side.
I'm afraid our July is going to be withering, thought this first day is much cooler than all of June - below 90! You'll find my Muse Day post at http://ginnysgarden.blogspot.com/2010/07/breath-flash-moment.html