Friday, May 21, 2010


These flowers planted themselves in the cracks of Mycenae, stones placed more than 3,500 years ago. I was there last week. What a thrill.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The photo reminds me of the story of the Buddhist monk (?) who was clinging to a cliff by his finger tips, while a tiger or some other man eating critter paced below the drop. Unable at first to decide which was the worst choice, he then spotted a strawberry surviving on a vine growing out of a rock.... Well, this wasn't meant to be so long but I hope you get the point.
I love the photo and the concert I enjoyed from your other entry. AS for racing around to make the house salable, surely it beats cleaning up after three pre-school boys? Your blog is great. Ginny