Laura and I went to the old house and brought back a shopping bag of fall blooming crocus,
The flower tower looks mighty nice this year.
Don't know what we will do with it.
We planted the bag full of crocus in the back half of our garden.
Just wait, in two or three years they will be coming up through the wooly thyme ground cover.
Homecoming is in two weeks.
We went with good friend Gia to a shop that recirculates prom dresses.
They ask for a donation, twenty dollars for short dresses, forty for long.
After the prom, we can take the dress back for another girl to use.
"You're OK with a bare midriff?"
This question went back and forth.
One of us wasn't.
This family of shoes came in.
The little girl's strappy sandals caught my eye.
But the story was sisters in Converse and flats.
The flats picked out a dress and asked Converse to try it on,
"So I can see how it will look on me."
Converse refused, because Converse would spoil the look.
And back in the real world, here is the pick.
Laura used to have a pair of Converse.
I wonder what became of them.