Friday, July 6, 2007

A Snowball For My Sisters

My eldest sister Karen lives in Arizona where it has been over 110 degrees (43 C) for many days and will be thus for many days to come. My sister Gail lives in Georgia where she is experiencing her first southern summer of 80s, 90s (32 C) and oppressive dewpoints, all punctuated with thunderstorms. So this big, beautiful hydrangea, which reminded me of a snowball, is for my intrepid sisters!
Hope you both have lovely weekends...
Sending you both cool thoughts...


purpleronnie said...

Hey could they roll it on to me when they're done - it's really beautiful!!

Pink Granite said...

Hey Ronnie -
Happy to share!
- Lee

barbie2be said...

that is beautiful. i love hydrangea.

Pink Granite said...

Hey B2B-
Hydrangea are so lovely and old fashioned. They dry nicely as well. We have these white ones, but I've always been fascinated by the colored ones. They look so festive!
- Lee

Gail said...

Hi, I just read this. Love the idea, a snowball that doesn't melt in the heat of the summer.



Pink Granite said...

Hi Gail -
You are most welcome!
Now I need to figure out how to e-mail you an ice cold smoothie!
Stay as cool as you can!
- Lee

Anonymous said...

In the "better late than never category". I just read this and even today it's over 100 here in the desert. But it's a dry heat!!!! (of course, so is an oven)