Archive for March, 2009


One thing that’s always interested me is flowers that escape from their beds or pots and spring up as volunteers elsewhere.  These impatiens showed up on my mother’s brick courtyard, from some pots she’d had on stands nearby.  I loved the look of the impatiens against the bricks, with the added bonus of the moss.  […]

March 21, 2009 · Harry · One Comment
Tags:  · Posted in: Gardening

The azaleas are blooming in Smith Park in downtown Jackson.  I took my sandwich and my book (The Decline And Fall Of The British Empire) there today and ate my lunch and read in the 73-degree sunshine.

March 18, 2009 · Harry · One Comment
Posted in: Southern Stuff

Return of The Kudzu Files

Maybe it’s the onset of early spring… maybe it’s a result of a not-too-satisfying flirtation with Facebook… maybe it’s the intellectual thawing that resulted from the end of the George Bush presidency.  For whatever reason, after many, many months I feel like blogging again.  The room feels empty, but perhaps a few souls will this […]

March 16, 2009 · Harry · 3 Comments
Posted in: BlogStuff