Welcome to the second edition of "Art Imitating Life." If you are new, or unfamiliar with this series, click here to see where it all started.
Ahh, oh how I love hydrangeas. They are one of the few flowers I can easily identify by name, roses being amongst the most obvious. The lilac, purely as it is the floral smell I love most. Then, it's the hydrangea, simply for it's stunning beauty. When we planted a garden in our backyard, I wanted ALL hydrangeas. A hydrangea garden. Hydrangeas of all shape and size and color. Hydrangeas of every variety.
We got 8 plants.
But, from those 8 small plants, I do get to delight in sights like this:
Another vision of beauty that became the idea for this beautiful Marina Mist colored card. It was the closest shade of blue I could find to match my Endless Bloom hydrangea.
Even Emerson had it right, when he said, "The Earth laughs in flowers."
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