June 27, 2010

Let's take a closer look at that hydrangea.

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Now, good night, my little flowers.

16 comments:

traditionalguy said...

My wife tells me over and over that hydra in hydrangea means water is needed by them everyday. They are pretty, but they live out in a shady area that has attack mosquitoes. So they miss watering several days a week.

HKatz said...

We'll rest our heads on the sweet blue bosom of the night.

edutcher said...

I feel so honored.

former law student said...

aluminum sulfate?

LonewackoDotCom said...

The comments to me here are (yet another) great example of just how dumb the tea partiers are. That's really, really dumb. In fact, Georg Cantor is probably even now assigning a "number" to express just how dumb they are. Angry Hwd crack whores ranting in donut shops at 3am are sane and intelligent compared to them.

Patm said...

It seems to me the hydrangeas have been especially beautiful this year. I have never noticed them so much, and I really love them.

jayne_cobb said...

Okay LW,

since you insist you can be a pansy instead.

張怡 said...

死亡是悲哀的,但活得不快樂更悲哀。......................................................................

江婷 said...

與人相處不妨多用眼睛說話,多用嘴巴思考.................................................................

Largo said...

LW,

Why the double post?

政琦 said...

一棵樹除非在春天開了花,否則難望在秋天結果。.................................................................

HT said...

Ann,

The judge is scheduled to render her decision tomorrow in the Robert Wone conspiracy trial.

Please consider blogging about it.

Mary Beth said...

OT (but no more so than lonewacko's comment), Robert Byrd died.

Scott said...

Let's buy Ann Althouse the Journolist archives!

Ken Pidcock said...

I do not like hydrangeas. It seems odd to me that I should dislike a flower, but there you are.

Chris said...

I was sure that there was going to be a Chip Ahoy animation or something. Spent 20 precious seconds of my life waiting for it!