More flower pictures & my Instagram just still does not like me at all…

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Accidentally climbed too high? – Hold on tight! I watched this ladybug climbing up and down the blades of grass yesterday. It was funny. ūüôā

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Good morning! Today, with our cherry tomato plants in the greenhouse. They are growing well and are sturdy. They are Tiny Tim tomato plants, nice. (I love A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.)

Okay, now that we have had some coffee, let us complain a bit… So in my previous blog post I grumbled that I cannot post pictures on my Instagram (“Kuvaa ei julkaistu” – “The picture was not published” it just says) and I cannot change my profile picture there… I forgot to mention that Instagram does store my pictures… I don¬īt know how to explain this, but I can see the pictures that I have tried to post there, on the spot where we first go to when we are selecting which picture to post, it¬īs like added to the gallery of my phone on Instagram, but the “filtered” (I usually use the ¬īnormal¬ī filter) pictures are not in the actual gallery of my phone. (Oh man I¬īm good at explaining these things…) And I don¬īt usually have my Facebook app open on my phone, because I usually use my computer, but yesterday I had a good spot to try to post a picture on my Facebook from my phone and, well… yeah, I guessed it already beforehand – my Facebook worked as usual. Saatana.

Let us concentrate on the flowers… I took the following pictures yesterday.

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The cherry tree is in bloom. We planted this tree two years ago, and a year ago it had 11 flowers. Now I can¬īt count the flowers, the tree is not completely full of flowers, but there many many flowers!

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The cherry bush is as flowery as ever. We planted this bush cherry in September 2017, and this is the third year that it flowers like this.

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Lily of the Valley amongst ferns.

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Forget-me-not

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Stars have started to come out in the woods and blue gold is ripening… Chickweed wintergreen or arctic starflower and bilberries. We had a tiny amount of rain yesterday evening, too tiny – everything¬īs so dry and we also want to collect rainwater… But they say that it should rain a bit more tomorrow.

Today¬īs pictures:

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A pic of what I¬īm reading, Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare. I haven¬īt been reading much lately, but now I want books back into my life again.

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Lilac flowers, most of the lilac flowers in our garden haven¬īt opened yet, only a few.

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Oh, the scent…

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Globeflower, always looking so nice in the middle of all the green.

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Leena

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