I have been so excited about seeing a Hollyhock growing in our garden. I have had to be patient, as I had no idea what color was going to appear. Lo and behold it is Pink. One of my top favorite colors.
Pink represents to me purity and innocence. It reminds me of the softness of a newborns skin. Tiny fingers and tiny toes. The sweetness of a baby wrapped up in a soft flannel blanket and the smell of baby powder. Pink..fragile and delicate.
We visited this cheese factory in August. It is located in Fortuna, California. As soon as I stepped in, some flowers caught my eye as I looked out a window. My husband was in cheese heaven and began to sample it and even struck up a conversation with the owner who gladly shared some history about Loleta Cheese Factory. I made my way towards a back door that led to a pretty court yard of various kinds of plants. I was delighted with my discovery and began to snap away. I am linking with Mary for Mosaic Monday at Little Red House.