Dame's rockets are widespread in the lower peneninsula, but fairly uncommon here. I found these at the city compost site when looking for topsoil. When on the way down to Marshfield for my surgery, I noticed quite a few on the highway sides as well. They were some of the first wildflowers, along with Spiderwort, that I photographed when beginning my work in this realm many decades ago (using 35mm and by today's standards, a prehistoric lighting system). Managed to get my one acre of lawn cut yesterday for the first time during my recovery. Took me substantially longer, doing it in segments with rest, but I am no worse for the wear today. Just beat another episode of rain which started last night and is currently in a drizzle state.
"Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead."