I was just sitting in my study, listening to William Lane Craig debate with Lawrence Krauss, and being placed by Krauss so far out of his league, that, despite having three legs (you have to listen to Krauss’s first speech), he didn’t have a leg to stand on. (We’ll come back to this debate, because both Craig and Krauss have commented on it, and it is a good example of Craig’s duplicity in debate, and of his really limited repertoire of argument as well. “Tell me the old, old story” comes immediately to mind.) At the end of one episode I noticed that Jerry Coyne had put up another of his studies of the Chicago skyline – I keep my email on another screen, so see the mail as it comes in — and, looking out the window saw my little apple tree — all of six years old — in glorious blossom, so I thought I’d share these pictures of apple blossoms with you. Hey, if Jerry can do it, so can I!