How would you like to have breathing room like this?
This is the Charleston garden of the late Emily Whaley. Isn't it perfect?
If you haven't had the pleasure of reading Mrs. Whaley's two books, go get them now. She reminds me so much of my grandmother.
Also, thank you all for your well wishes. I am feeling much, much better. A late summer flu is just no fun. Fortunately, I was able to get away to the country for the holiday--and the breathing room was just what I needed.
Where do you go to breathe? Do you have a favorite garden that inspires? I'd love to hear about it.