I have yet to understand why a perfectly purple flower in the world of botany, is known as a "blue" flower. But it is so. On our last drive down to St. Marks, purple/blue was the color of spring. Here is a sampling:
The S of SNB is a kindergarten teacher in a public school in Tallahassee, Florida. Her better half is B. He is self-employed as a lawnscaper. They have two fine adult sons --and an amazing daughter-by-marriage. They are the grandparents of one delightful little boy and his sweet, infant sister!