Your feathers would be messed up too in
this tail wind.
How many of you looked like this this morning. LOL
My hair is generally standing out like this every morning.
We are into a new year where we can start fresh if
we choose and start new projects or finish old ones.
Going into to it with an attitude that 'all things are
possible', and add some laughter to each day.
Laughter makes a heart fill lighter no matter what
else may be going on around you.
I spend New Year's Eve like any other day yesterday.
I am not a party person and in fact could not even
keep my eyes open to see the new day come in,
but it managed to come anyway without me watching
for it. I even missed the 'once in a blue moon' event
and forgot to look for the full moon.
But with the fog, drizzling rain and and back to snow
it was probably well hidden.
After a final run through of the seed catalogs
yesterday I did manage to get my seed orders
made. I saw a color theme running through the
order. It looks like shades of burgundy were the
main colors. I will share those purchased and
the hopes of new container flowers in another
The 'Ragtime' amaryllis is putting on its final
blooms for this winter so I wanted to show it off one
I promise not to bore you with it anymore this winter.
Four other amaryllis bulbs are still in different
stages of either almost ready to bloom, showing
promise of blooming or at the stage of " well do
something, anything, just don't set there" stage.
Since I fell in love with them this year I got
two more from 'Brent and Becky's Bulbs'
as they were half off.
I think I am well fixed for amaryllis bulbs now.
Oh, well I am probably fibbing so I better take
that line back.right now.
I hope that you all are as anxious as I am to start
those new plants and looking ahead to Spring.
The tulip bulbs in the fridge are ready to be set
in a flowerpot. Fressia's 'Corona' and Dwarf Iris
'Harmony" are sprouting so there will be color this
And miracles of miracles the orchid that I just told
a blogger was another gardening fiasco in my hands
is starting to sprout some new growth.
Maybe it thought it was destined for the compost heap
and feared for its poor existence.
Happy Gardening in 2010 Everyone!