I planted Sweet Rocket (hesperis) 25 years ago, and it has planted itself every year since. It is classified as an invasive plant, and thus shunned by responsible gardeners. I love it.
Wow. You look like her, don't you?
Oh, I love photographs. Your mother is glamorous, even in an apron.
Check out the hot mom! I love these pics, Suze. So glad you got off your ass and learned to use that fancy scanner.BTW, Helen's mom has exceptionally sexy legs.
Like mother, like daughter...
What's Helen's mom's hair like?
I see my daughters in her (my mom, not Helen's mom), but not so much myself--although some say I resemble her. I used to be the "spitting image" of my dad. I guess everything changes with age. . . .
Indigo, at best my mother's hair can be described as curly (at worst, lumpy). Her hair, however, was bright red, then auburn, now white. Mine was such dark brown it was almost black, then various shades of reddish-brown hennaed, then graying, now back to dark brown almost black.
Lumpy hair??? I had to read it again to make sure we weren't back to discussing legs.
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