July 17-23: Photo Project Week 29

This was a week of change.

July 17 – Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits

On Sunday, my husband made his specialty, biscuits. This time he made cinnamon raisin biscuits and they were absolutely amazing.

July 18 – Loosestrife

It’s been weird, but now that it’s mid-summer and with the lack of rain that Germany has had, all the flowers seem to be yellow. Well this Loosestrife shot out purple in the green.

July 19 – Saying Goodbye (for a short while)

Tuesday my daughter and I flew back to the US. Hopefully soon the rest of our family can join us. Our dog knew something was up and was very stressed. He kept following us to the car and wanted to jump in. It was so hard to say goodbye to him because he just doesn’t understand.

July 20 – Daylily

We are now staying at my parents’ house for a while. My father, although was a graduate school professor, really loves gardening, his garden is filled will flowers and hostas. This daylily greeted me the day after we flew in.

July 21 – Purple Coneflower

The joys of being on the prairies are the wildflowers. This coneflower was planted in a garden spot, but in my walks I have spotted them along the path.

July 22 – Honeysuckle Berries

Red berries in the midst of a sea of green. The Prairie Path is a wonder of plants and now, in mid-summer, it is very very green. These red berries caught my eye on Friday.

July 23 – Blackberry Lily

These are an iris but they also have a flower that looks like a lily. And these Leopard lilies or Blackberry lilies stretch tall and bloom long after most irises are finished.

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