1st June Mini-Newsletter 2019
Look what I found hiding in my roses, or then again, maybe the roses found LABYRINTH wandering around in the garden, looking for readers. Hmmm, I’m wondering when roses read LABYRINTH, do they change color? Maybe red, for nice icky blood? Or maybe white, faint with fear? Or maybe yellow, can’t deal and have to hightail it out of here? I’m not seeing it, but maybe reading LABYRINTH, no matter their color, makes their petals spaz and their thorns grow bigger to protect themselves. I’ve got lots of different colors and have personal experience with their truly magnificent thorns, so there’s only one conclusion -- they’re really into LABYRINTH. How about the multitude of cineraria? What could the color purple mean?