Thursday, May 3, 2007

Eastern Redbud


Oh, dear. More apologies!


This week, I've hardly been home. My friend is still in Hamilton and it's been an almost daily occurrence for me to drive her husband down to the hospital on that city and then by the time we get back to Guelph, it's so dark or so late that I just do my little chores and get into bed.


Hopefully, she will be being transferred to the Guelph Hospital very soon!


Before my husband passed away, he planted an Eastern Redbud bush on our front lawn. He never saw it bloom but each year since he died, it's bloomed. The buds are just starting to break out where the lovely mauve-pink blossoms will be and I snapped this one in the drizzle.







5 comments:

slinger said...

Wonderful photo, your story about today's photo is heart touching.

photowannabe said...

Beautiful Redbud and a touching memory story. I hope you will be able to rest soon.

alice said...

Many flowers and many trees in my small garden remind me of someone who is not here anymore, I'm with you when you are looking to these flowering. Have a good day, Pat, and take care. (I hope my English words are not too baddly chosen)

Leena said...

Your post is so beautiful and caring to. I wish you much an energy to give
your warmness to your friend.

Gerald England said...

I think we will have rain tomorrow.

virtual hugs for you and your friend