And good morning to you dear lady, I love your morning-song.XOWWW
Lovely. Seeing your incense made me go light a Paines Balsam stick. Now I have John Michael Talbot's 'Spirit Pathways' playing. This is one of three instrumental CD's bought several years ago.Have a very nice day, you're already off to a good start ~ FlowerLady
I love Callie sitting up high on the table! LOL. Yes--when I saw your incense stick, I got up and lit one of my Cedar ones.
I too love Callie's picture.Is the bright green start of a plant in your orchid pot? Is it a new orchid plant starting? I'm so nosy...
Baliaha, you are never nosey.This orchid was on a mark down table a month ago. Has 3 plants at the base and do not know what they are and may transplant.It has done so well and still is blooming. One behind it Jamie gave me for Mother's Day.WWW, thank you, Lorraine and Judy thank you also for visiting...
All your shots are so wabi-sabi. Is that an embroidered pillowcase I see?
Barb, I smile because I have never heard the commentwabi-sabi before:)yes on the pillowcasebought at estate sale.The initial "E" caught my eye.The other initials have no meaning to me :)
I think that you could successfully transplant them. You got a real bargain. The orchid that I bought a few months ago is blooming still and sending up a new flower stalk. The grocery had a promotion for breast cancer and I bought two more for such a small amt. of money. They are really a good buy... for they last so long.
Love the sights that are part of this time of year. You caught the perfect light ~
Balisa, agree about the orchidsand finally in this home found a place they seem to like. When I put them upstairs on loft, heat rises and I lost an old favorite,Sharon, thank you and enjoy your new job..
I am a late comer, but it doesn't matter, the peace a beauty remain!
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