jessicarabbit, hey, I think I can smell your imagination from here!
julie, we left behind an enormous, voluptuously blooming one at our old home. The blooms you see here are IT for this one, which was already here when we got here. I’m hoping it will grow into a glorious one as well.
Aw, Kristine, I know you can. Everything here pretty much takes care of itself, once it gets going.
Another favortie scripture that I think of all the time especially when people and things around me seem really negative. Now I must go purchase one of those bleeding hearts. Why dont I have one already? I think its because they need afternoon shade and I get mostly western exposure and in Redding Ca., thats like, hotter than the hinges of hades. (my ex-mother-in-law used that term alot because she would never say “hell”.)
The lilacs are my new desktop background. When I was married we owned a house in Grand Rapids, and I planted many, many flowers. Had 3 lilac bushes in the backyard along the fence. I miss my flowers 😦 I should have gotten visitation rights. Thanks for a lovely post.
kalki, yes, finally, you got something right today;) Don’t feel too bad, the first time greenie did that, he put, Book of Joseph, and I figured it must be a Mormon text, but then Andrea asked him and he ‘fessed up:)
sierrabella, at first you scared ME, but then when I saw your site, I figured you were just getting your M-Day wishes out of the way early because of your guests!
MrsDoF, you are most welcome:)
squirl, you can pick some of the lilacs for a birthday gift:) Hope you’ve had a great weekend.
lawbrat, you’re welcome. Everyone seems to have happy associations with lilacs.
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I can only LOOK at beautiful flowers and plants as I have a black thumb of death. Nothing can grow in my presence except tempers, dust on the fan blades, and my rear. CONGRATS on the Rosie comment. Aren’t you something on a stick? And I mean that in a good way.
Hey, Tisha, Well, temper, dust and rear all grow quite as gloriously as those plants do around here. Of COURSE you’re from Texas, talking about “on a stick!” You made me laugh. I thought “corn-dog;” that would work. Actually just had a Tootsie Pop. Thank you, come back and visit again.