Flower of the day: October 6, 2020. Autumn leaves

All these colorful leaves will soon flutter to the ground. It happens too quickly and when the wind picks up, more will drift to the ground. But they are beautiful in displaying their vibrant warm colors before they say their final farewells to this season.

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Flower of the day: October 09, 2020

This tree trunk has serious abs of steel.

Saved and thriving with some adjustments…

I’m not sure what happened to this tree or its history, but whoever performed this tree surgery did an impressive job!

“And the tree was happy . . .”

Shel Silverstein

Thanks Cee for hosting this challenge! Have a great start to the weekend.

Flower of the day: September 2, 2020

“Time is purple / Just before night.” ~ Mary O’Neill

We went back to the San Jose Rose Garden again this month and was pleasantly surprised at these lavender color roses, as well as other colors, in full bloom. To me, the color is soothing and tranquil: a spa-like experience with absolute silence and no rush to do anything.

It’s only the 2nd week of homeschool, but I already feel mentally and physically stretched. Maybe it’s getting the kids on board that we’ve got to start leasons and summer vacation is over. I’m thankful I can do this with my kids yet the reality is demanding!

Thank you Cee for hosting this challenge! Have a wonderful start to this new month and upcoming autumn season.