A young tomato in the garden: on 8 June 2016, as yet green and, thus far, hanging on.
—Pink Martini: 2004.The sun has left and forgotten meIt's dark, I cannot see.Why does this rain pour down?I'm gonna drown,In a seaOf deep confusion.Somebody told me, I don't know who,Whenever you are sad and blueAnd you're feelin' all alone and left behind,Just take a look inside and you'll find,You gotta hold on, hold on through the night.Hang on, things will be all right.Even when it's dark,And not a bit of sparklingSing-song sunshine from above,Spreading rays of sunny love,Just hang on, hang on to the vine.Stay on, soon you'll be divine.If you start to cry, look up to the sky.Something's coming up aheadTo turn your tears to dew instead.And so I hold on to this advice,When change is hard and not so nice.You listen to your heart the whole night through.Your sunny someday will come one day soon to you.
- Pic(k) of the Week: one in a weekly series of personal photos, usually posted on Saturdays, and often, but not always (as today), with a good fermentable as the subject. Camera: Olympus Pen E-PL1 (with a touch of Photoshop).
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