i try not to take things too deep. if it ever stops being simple there is a solution. like this one’s name get out the Hip Boots and wade through it. and leave it behind. keep this one just in case of another emergency…

7 thoughts on “deep

  1. TamrahJo

    Reminded me of a line from one translation of the work “Heidi” by Johanna Spyri – where Grandfather explains the sunsets in a blaze of glory to say goodnight and so the mountains do not forget her until she returns again – thus – is Hip Boots the name? I got lost in the intro – but focused on the name and immediately thought, Autumn Glory, Blaze of Glory – etc., and pondered, “Why? Why think that?” – alas, colors, the time of year and a line from a book I have read many times in my life – LOL. Quick and simple to ‘trace the journey’ – appropriate name for botany, etc, tracking, tracing, educating others in the daylilly world? um…Not so much – – 😀

    1. John Hric Post author

      I like that story TamrahJo. Names trigger different memories and thoughts for different individuals. They can be as much fun as the flowers themselves. Thanks !

  2. Gradmama2011

    with this one there’s a lot to unpack, trying to figure out the interesting name Hip Boots … I know, sometimes a gorgeous flower is just a gorgeous flower that doesn’t need a lot of verbiage

    1. John Hric Post author

      Hip Boots was registered back in 2003. And I am fairly sure it was a style statement. I like your description. It is a gorgeous flower and does not need a lot of verbiage. Glad you enjoy it. Thanks Gradmama !


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