Humans have been trying to predict the future for eons with crystal balls, tarot cards, and Doppler radar. There is a definite upside to the future predictions – weather forecasts help keep our heads dry and fridges stocked. How many times have future predictions been proven wrong?  Even the best laid plans- or plants – can sometimes throw us for a loop.

In Virgina, Hydrangeas start blossoming in May and continue to flower until September. The Hydrangea Macrophylla is the first to sprout but depending on the pH of the soil, its flowers can blossom in a variety of colors. Starting with creamy white, they can go from pink to blue to an eventual green if the conditions are right. While some gardeners enjoy knowing the exact color concept of their garden, others rejoice in the unpredictability of this chameleon plant.

Jenni was inspired by the Faber-Castell Ambition- Aqua Op Art in medium and Diamine Soft Mint to draw a rare green Hydrangea. How will you celebrate the unpredictable this week?

The Faber-Castell Ambition Fountain Pen – Aqua Op Art is available at for $100. Diamine Soft Mint is available in 80ml bottles for $14.95 or 2ml ink samples for $.99 (on sale right now through the end of July 2015).

Write on,
The Goulet Pen Company Team