Today I love the Sedum’s embarrassment as it finds once again that it has slept lazily through the summer and has come late to the party, blooming finally while most of the other flowers are cleaning up and going home to their earthen beds. I love that when its buds arrived last week they were a pale grey frosted green and now those tardy plants are blushing bright with shame. I love how lush they are, fresh from lying about all summer and taking in all the moisture they can in this rain soaked year. I love how strong and stately they hold themselves even as they blush their perfect shades of
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