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There’s A Possibility

Dandelions Violets
Maybe some of you look at these photos and simply see dandelions and violets. And while that’s true, you’d be remiss in only seeing the flowers themselves. What I see, more so, are possibilities. Wine, liqueur, jelly, syrup, fritters, candy, vinegar, and so very much more are all resting latently, silently, stealthily in these two bowls.

Oh, yes. Possibilities, possibilities.

*Yes, I referenced a Lykke Li song from New Moon. I’m a proud fan of both. 

 

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