Above is what it looks like in the Preserve's catalog when at its height of beauty in the summer. We didn't get to see any orange yesterday and all the seed pods made the stalks heavy. We trimmed the leaning stalks and found the seed pods could be opened. Below we wanted to take special attention to the feathery wisps attached to each seed in the pod. The seeds were lined up like a peacocks feathers. This plant is native to the area and these wispy seeds help it get around.
The transition part of this post relates to the fact that the math hurdle or vexations are past for now. The long weekend found each G getting special math attentions from the Daddy. Each student now is ready and willing to finish math expeditiously every morning after breakfast and Bible study. The rest of the day goes so well and tasks were finished in order to examine NATURE.