I looked through more heirloom and Southern bulb catalogs in the morning. I went to the Amish market in the early afternoon and got cheese and bread. When I got home, I picked some winter honeysuckle. It was drizzling a little on my way home from the Amish market, and it had gotten colder again when I went out to the yard in the afternoon.
I'm happy to know that there actually are still sources for those fragrant tulips, some of them ancient varieties.
I texted a bit with WhiteSheepCBD. She told me that Howard Charles has a Tumblr now. I'll have to tell Te.
We went out to dinner because Mom wanted corned beef and cabbage. I got liver and onions. The food was good, but the service was poor. It took a long time for a waitress to come to us, even a little wait yet after Dad indicated we wanted one, and then she got a couple of things about the order wrong.
Later: I finished reading Julia Talbot's Lady Luck. It was originally published by Torquere, and still had a few typos in the republished version, but I enjoyed the story. I had asked her which of her f/f books she would recommend, and she said Coyote Kate, which I read the day before I asked, and Lady Luck. So I tried Lady Luck, too.
I looked through the heirloom bulb catalogs again. 'Ice Follies' is listed in the daffodil "back soon or lost forever" pages. It's from 1953, so I guess it's kind of an heirloom for a daffodil. We have several clumps of it in the back yard, and you can't kill that thing with an axe. It multiplies readily and keeps blooming even when it is a clump.