A Little Fluff


Martin, my husband, would say this post is fluff. I don’t take it personally.

I don’t mind fluff.  As a matter of fact, I really like a little fluff in my life.

A definition of fluff from the Urban Dictionary: Irrelevant details that may cloud the issue of main concern. My point exactly!


Last month I spent a few days in the Wisconsin countryside and photographed my sister’s amazing garden. The flowers were vibrant and abundant, as were the many birds, hummingbirds, chipmunks, and cows.

What are the health benefits of flowers? Suffice it to say, the expression Don’t forget to stop and smell the roses, says it all.

So, here is some fluff from me to you. No other content or information. Just pure enjoyment, I hope. 

Peace. Cheers to a little fluff in your life!

The earth laughs in flowers.
― Ralph Waldo Emerson

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A Little Fluff — 10 Comments

    • Thank you, Barbara! I wishes you could see my sister’s garden. It is spectacular. I just used my simple phone! I am amazed at how good it takes pictures.

  1. Beautiful photos, Judy! Your sister must have quite the garden, and no deer to eat everything!! (sometime over the past rainy weekend, several of my plants were eaten – so frustrating!) I always enjoy your blogs-keep them coming!

    • Thanks, Janet! Not sure why she doesn’t have issues with deer. Maybe too much farmland around. She does get rabbits and groundhogs and so many chipmunks. I too get so frustrated with our deer situation here. So many plants we can’t grow because of the deer.
      Thanks for reading my blog!

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