SANTA FE, N.M. — The Harvey Cornell Rose Park in Santa Fe is alive with blooms.
This may be the peak blooming time. A visit today showed young mothers with babies and small children strolling through the blooms, couples putting their heads together on blankets in the grass, a neighbor walking her white standard poodle, and, from the looks of it, a beginning juggler practicing his skills.
The colors and scents are waiting for you. Wait too long and some of the blooms may fade and fall. But that’s sort of the story of life, isn’t it?