There is nothing quite like freshly picked green beans for supper.
Unless it's first catching that earthy smell that wafts noseward when you snap off the bean tips. Such a summery smell. And don't you just love the crispy snap they make when you break them? It's such a satisfying s.n.a.p.
Other summer pleasures...lightly running my fingertips across feathery tomato leaves, rosemary stalks or soft Greek oregano. I admit to liking the pungency marigolds blossoms leave behind when they are deadheaded.
As for sweetness, there is nothing so soft and lovely as violets or pansies. One must lean in close to catch their whispery fragrance.
My little bouquet of summer...
Now, what's your sensory delight today?
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