Crape Myrtles, intertwined and the festivies continue
- Seen on my Sunday morning walk up and down the street where I live - it's lovely to see the Crape Myrtle trees blooming now. This has turned into a nice habit - I only walk this particular route on Sunday morning. I like it because it's quiet - nothing but the occasional car going by, neighbors coming out in their pajama pants to get the newspaper, sometimes another lone walker.
- I've passed this yard a zillion times, but this is the first time I noticed the intertwined trees there (you might have to click to enlarge to see it.) I think it's an oak tree and a pine tree (or a tree in the pine family.) So curious that happened and wonder if it was an accident or on purpose.
- On the last stretch home toward home - a funny sight. Someone decorated this mailbox for Christmas and then never took the tinsel garland down when the holiday was over. It used to bug me a little, but now I kind of like it. :) And I figure that's how they're telling friends how to find their house quickly, "Look for the mailbox with the garland..."