So I had never heard of twayblade before. Now I know: two-leaves. Like idiot-mittens, there is no separating the two. This twayblade orchid must be magical when you find it in the woods. I wonder if it has an enchanting fragrance.
It was pretty magical to open up the contents of Paige’s package. The hay-scented fern had a beautiful fragrance and the contents seemed to multiply. Calendar pages, Ace Hardware bag full of azalea leaves and a paste paper landscape. The letter “A” commands some respect, being the first letter and all.
Next Paige and I will meet in Canada as two of the 100 visual artists in the Emma International Collaboration which meets near Big Lake Saskatchewan 2 hours north of Saskatoon. We’re anticipating a couple of letters might develop over the week.
See you in August!