My white hollyhock plant is blooming but unfortunately, my hollyhock bride has no attendants because no other colors are blooming right now.
I hope you all had a good Mother's Day! I was able to spend the day with my daughter and husband, visit with my son and daughter-in-law in Florida and spend some time with my mom. I don't think I've shared this yet but I'm going to be a first time Grandma in fall!
In response to Linda of Flourishing Palms encouraging me to post more photos of myself on this blog, here is a 3 generation photo taken yesterday of my daughter, myself and my mother. My goodness, how did my hair get so gray? I'm actually comfortable with my hair being gray but am always surprised to see just how gray it is. In fact, I hope it turns totally white someday!
PS - Quilting, oh yes I still am! I'm half done with the clamshell quilt border and have decided to split my days between working on it and the Rocky Road to Kansas quilt. I hope to have photos of the finished clamshell quilt soon!
Later this same evening - OK, this is really strange. Go to the first picture and click on it to make it large. Do you see my hollyhock bride's happy face?!?