Back with flowers
Last week I was focused on a memorial service for my father who passed away in July.
The family and friends get-together went well and I do enjoy arranging flowers. FTD email says that flowers show heartfelt emotion - that may be true, or they are pretty and cheerful and more of that is needed at a sad time. It turns out that I am not that good at multi-tasking after all - or max out at a certain number of tasks maybe. I feel like a delinquent blogger and have a stack of new books to read too.
*Quick history - my father was on hospice under my care for almost 16 months after a sudden metastasis of ‘benign prostate cancer following his third CoV injection (cranky face). Pomegranate peel and Zelenko style Basic Stack supplements helped keep my dad going for a while I think even though he didn’t actively want any obvious diet changes or special cancer care. More about it in this post: Hospice - dying with dignity, at home. Pros and cons - and chocolate porridge. (Substack)
The lighting was not great in a few of those pics. Florist was something I considered as a career path when I was a teen but went into genetics instead. Flower colors have some interesting genetics too. See the story of delphidin and the quest for a blue rose. - The pic (news article) suggests we should just enjoy delphinium instead and stick with red, pink, yellow and etc. roses.
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