Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Wordless Wednesday: Blessings of a Sunny Window
Sunday, January 26, 2014
Sundance Film Fest
BEST movie of the 2014 Festival: Rudderless. I hope it gets picked up so everyone can see it. I cried like a baby...
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Monday, January 20, 2014
Fruits of Summer
Sunday, January 19, 2014
Saturday, January 18, 2014
Friday, January 17, 2014
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day ~ January, 2014
|Geraniums enjoying the sunny window.|
This one has felt like a particularly long winter because I've spent half the month in bed.
Hey! Here's a hot tip for anyone who does not want to die (or, feel like you're going to...) If you haven't gotten your flu shot, get thee to the doctor lickety split.
|A long dangle of Orchid buds preparing to flower.|
I did not get a flu shot (because, you see, I'm invincible and I never get sick and I don't have the time, and is it really necessary...) and those were just a few of the lame excuses that kept running through my pea-size brain ~ during the two solid weeks I was lying in bed, recovering from that nasty bug.
|Plentiful blooms on the Christmas Cactus (who started flowering for Halloween.)|
So, here it is, January bloom day and naturally there is nothing to be seen outdoors.
However! This is a fine time for the indoor gals to shine.
|Forced Hyacinth bulbs|
These are candle holders I re-purposed for the forced Hyacinth bulbs. Love, love, love that fragrance. Is there anything more delightful when cabin fever sets in? Hyacinth = a sure cure for the winter blues.
Speaking of blues, these Hydrangeas are showing off a hint of my favorite color, though they are turning white rather quickly. They're not meant to be indoor plants and they can be quite fussy. Last year, on impulse, I bought a Hydrangea on sale. It was too late to plant it so I kept it indoors for the winter. And, she bloomed! So, I thought I'd try my luck again this year...
I dearly love blue Hydrangea but it is just not possible to grow blues in my high alkaline soil. (They require acid soil for the blues to flourish.) So, we'll enjoy her indoors, while we can. And, pretend that we don't mind when she turns bright pink the moment we transplant her.
Loads of bud action in the sunny window ~ including this cute little Cyclamen. I actually prefer their buds over the flowers, so pretty to watch those petals unfurl.
The first baby sprout of 2014!
Orchids everywhere, blessing me with bright color.
Plus a sweet full moon, greeting me in the wee hours this a.m.
And, there you have it! This joint is jumpin' with indoor blooms.
Thursday, January 09, 2014
Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Sunday, January 05, 2014
Six weeks of hibernation in the 'frig and they are good to go! I absolutely love their fragrance, indoors, on a cold winter's day.
Friday, January 03, 2014
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