“The superfluous blossoms on a fruit tree are meant to symbolize the large way God loves to do pleasant things.” ~ Henry Ward Beecher On a walk around our neighborhood, we found this curious fruit shrub. It looked like a ground cover plant, but the red fruits made it “sus” […]
My one-half-year old aloe vera plant has been thriving this year. This is the successful transplant from my friend’s yard back in May 2020. Maybe the drought conditions are helping this succulent plant to grow tall and supple, without much intervention. This summer we cut some of the larger stems […]
Looking up at the sky this afternoon, this lush branch with loosely strewn leaves bent elegantly over the air. Against the blue sky, the different shades of green beamed. Summer is almost over and the trees are letting me know that a new season is coming. “Happily we bask in […]
My neighbor’s sunflower plants are ready to burst into cheerful, bright blooms. High-five, friend! Can’t wait to see these beautiful sunflowers as we head into autumn. Thanks Cee for hosting this FOTD challenge and you awesome readers for stopping by! Have a great start to a new month and transition […]
Thanks Cee for hosting this challenge and readers for visiting my blog! Appreciate you all. Have a great start to August.