June 13, 2007

Now, now, what am I doing? I said mellow. It's Wednesday. Be mellow.

Lily

Mellow yellow.

12 comments:

al said...

Pretty.

How about a Mellow Mushroom?

bill said...

Mellow Mushroom? Had lunch there Saturday. Though now that I see what a hideous abuse of Flash there website is, that might be the last time I eat there.

Restaurants are frequent abusers of Flash wensites. Hey, jerkwads! I want to look at your menu and see when you're open, not watch your crappy animation you probably overpaid for. I hope your business fails and you die in the street a drug addict.

bill said...

I said mellow. It's Wednesday. Be mellow."

Another sign I'm probably overcaffeinated at the moment? My first reaction was, "Screw you lady, you can't tell me what to do."

turning the internet off for some quiet time.

Fen said...

...those small little freckels that topless sunbathers get...

George said...

I'm just mad about saffron.

(Do I need to source that? I'm referring to the color not a woman-type person with that name.)

Ruth Anne Adams said...

Quite rightly.

jane said...

Mellow? Rather a tarted up lemon yellow with a dumbed down ethos of displaying meaningless spots for vapid viewer interest, some might say.

Ann Althouse said...

So are they meaningless spots or do they mean topless sunbathers?

jane said...

Dan would say both and that this showy blossom is the downfall of the garden (which he professionally had tended with manure, a little DDT, and plastic facsimile flowers when bare.)

rhhardin said...

Trout lily, I believe this is, captured on my bike commute last year, after the death of my old Doberman and before the arrival of my new one, in my roadside weed photography period.

Said to be native American.

Mellow and minding its own business.

Peter Palladas said...

It's been a long day, somethings have gone right and others have not. On the whole not mellow so as I've noticed.

Right now I need a good lie down with a good woman.

What you up to tonight Prof?

Just thought I'd ask.

Kirby Olson said...

Ok, that's the Donovan flower. Do you have one that is the equivalent of Captain Beefheart?

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-8903192887340132300&q=%22captain+Beefheart%22+booglarize&total=5&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=0