I haven't seen Mimosa in years! It looks lovely.
It appears so briefly that I often miss it.
Spring is coming, with beautiful blooms beginning to appear just when you need them most!
There's a lovely mimosa scented one in that range of French artisanal olive oil soaps . Definitely worth getting wet for .
As usual, I am knocked out by your pictures. I look at the middle one and wonder: How long did Lucille stand there waiting for two couples to be perfectly positioned?....or did she ask 4 people to go and stand in particular places? Even if the latter were true (and I'm sure it isn't), how can Lucille conjure such an image in her mind?My answer is that she must have a brilliant imaginative mind that sees the world in a totally different way to me, and can capture and present that perspective in a way that opens my eyes
Michael, you are, as always, very generous. I honestly think the process goes - look, click. You have a much more analytical mind it seems from your postings. I'm sorry not to have been able to wish you well with your travails. We have been down this road too. Ten years later, all appears to be well. I hope it is improving for you and that you are back to enjoying coffee.
Springtime in the south of France - that is what mimosa means to me. I don't think I've ever seen it here.
I grew up seeing that as a nasty invasive alien ... and was surprised to see florist's bunches celebrating spring in Switzerland. Mimosa festival in the south of France (and greetings from Australia ;~)I prefer the daffodils, or are they narcissus?