|Osteospermum Ecklonis: African Daisy|
"It is true that when with folded arms we weigh the pros and cons we are no less a credit to our species. The tiger bounds to the help of his congeners without the least reflexion, or else he slinks away into the depths of the tickets. But that is not the question. What we are doing here, that is the question. And we are blessed in this, that we happen to know the answer. Yes, in this immense confusion one thing alone is clear. We are waiting for Godot to come ---"
Well, Samuel Beckett isn't famous for his poetry, but a poet he was nevertheless. I could have posted a poem, but I couldn't pass on a quote from Waiting for Godot. And, although he wrote many fine works of literature, this is the piece that put him up among the All-Time Greats.
And that's an appropriate way in which to celebrate his birth date, April 13, 1906.
|Osteospermum Ecklonis: Tradewinds Purple|
And what of the African daisies? Well, I've been meaning to post them for quite a long time now, but time keeps on sliding by, leaving me waiting and waiting for the proper situation in which to share them with you. It seemed the Beckett's birth date was a fine time to stop waiting. ;-)
So, here are my purple pretties.
|Osteospermum Ecklonis: African Daisy "Tradewinds Purple"|
And here's a vid:
Lucky's "Thinking" speech