This really made me smile!
Gardens like this must be intoxicating to a bee.
A delightful photo :-)
Awesome presentation! :)I can identify with that...
Syncopated Eyeball,welcome to Omnium. To see your smile 's a pleasure for my eyes.Stan,bees do indeed seem to appreciate the more, the less I am able to interfere. It's a great joy to watch them and hear their humming.CherryPie,it's delightful to have eyes (still) being able to see and ears to hear and listen.Claude,as almost always: you got it.That is, if I don't err. :)
At my place we call it "komkommerkruid", the leaves are tastfull in salads, even the flowers are eatable, so I guess noone, not even the boring nor the snoring, will die from Borage... =) Btw, lovely image.
DagEnDauw,welcome to Omnium, and dankje wel. Komkommerkruit – what lovely a word! Somehow delicious even. :)Thus, sorry for sending a mistress of a labyrinth on her first visit astray in the labyrinth of my thoughts.You are, of course, right. Borage/Borretsch/Komkommerkruit ist ein leckeres Kraut.
Gosh, three years passed by and only now I'm reading your answer. I had no clue I was here before, shame on me! Dutch, English, French, German, you speek several languages. Which one of them is your mothertongue if I may ask? I Apologize for my curiousityRegards from Dauw
Welcome, again, dear Dauw. Time flies, eh?As for your questions: My German is not too bad (mother tongue), my English improvable, my Dutch, French etc. not even rudimental.
Your English is better than mine ;-)
Ha ha, CherryPie. How did you find your way to this "very old hread"?By the way, I do doubt what you've written. :)
I subscribe by email when I comment (occasionally I forget to click the box). So here I am ;-)I have not been taught grammar and therefore I still maintain your English is better than mine :-)
Now: One day, hopefully we'll be able to discuss what you are "still maintaining". . . . Lovely to see you here, again, anyway, my dear.
Referring to a comment in another thread of yours this evening...YES!! It would be lovely to meet and discuss, perhaps we can make that happen...I am sure (if we do) we wouldn't be talking about the pedantics of grammar and language ;-)