Have you ever gotten up on the wrong side of the year?
The baby slugs are out. When did New Year’s Day turn into late April? It’s certainly not an excuse, but The Hill did take a hiatus from its meanderings for a full make-over.
We’ve given up the impressive wall of impenetrable thorns for rockery and native plants. Contrary to popular belief Himalayan blackberries are not native to the Pacific Northwest, but they sure do love it here.
The Hill has even added Hue lights so that on those dark, rain-soaked days there are still rainbows abounding everywhere. http://www2.meethue.com/en-US
Rainbow Hill has resumed its meandering through the space/time continuum. Over the next few weeks, I’ll be catching readers up on its various adventures.
Much to my surprise, Rainbow Hill Meanders now enters its third year. I’m not sure it will ever be grown-up, but it will always be growing and changing through its myriad experiences. However, a few things will remain fixtures here.
Mythology Monday will tour the world of myth and the cultures that share them with us.
Cat Convo Friday will remain. The Bengals insist upon it and who am I to deny them their voice.
Writing Wednesday will be competing on a weekly basis with Random Tuesday and the Slightly-Bizarre Thursdays.
Now that we’re no longer distracted welcome to Rainbow Hill Meanders III.