Bill. MC said:
No, she would be one of these transexual persons.
Or a hermaphrodite.
They who walk in silence hang the innocent and set the guilty free.
Here are a few Lughnasad Pictures of the Temple Gardens.
Here is the Sunchoke Daisies:
And here is a Bee on one of the Sunchoke Daisies:
Here is the Garden Pumpkin Patch:
And here is a nice Tomato Patch:
Here is the Lughnasad Herb Garden:
Here is the Chamomile Patch:
Here is the Cat Nip Patch:
And the Cat Nip Patch was being Swarmed by Bumble Bees and here is one of the Bees:
These are the Last Pictures I took of my Lughnasad Gardens before September came about bringing on Autumnal Equinox.
The More People I Have Known,
The More I Loved My TwoWhiteSocks.
Everything seems to be growing well, Kino.
Awens to All:
Lughnasad is supposed to be the Celebration of the First Harvest.
So the First Harvest of Green Peas is in:
So I guess it is time to start Celebrating Lughnasad!
I now have my 2019 Lughnasad 3X3 Triad of Wisdom Written and Ready to E-Publish on the Morning of August 1st.
Awens to All:
I am Drying Chamomile that I Harvested today as part of my Lughnasad Celebrations:
Konnichiwa to All:
As per usual, I went to Volunteer at the Powell Street Festival as part of my Lughnasad Celebrations.
Here is me with a Volunteer Work Mate Toru-San when we were doing Site Cleanup on Saturday Morning:
I guarded Performer Instruments and Equipment for the rest of the day and also the next morning until 3:00pm.
That was when I got to check out some Japanese Nature Art.
Here is some Ikebana:
And some Japanese Bonsai Trees:
I also enjoyed some Taiko Drumming Exhibitions:
Kono O-Matsuri wa mo ichi do takusan Tanoshimi wa Awau koto ga Dekimasu.
Great photos, Kino, looks like fun. The Bonsai trees are beautiful.
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