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January 09, 2010


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jodi (bloomingwriter)

nO sun here, but I'm feeling better for first time in nearly a week, my bromeliad is blooming, the errands are it's a very good day too.

Noelle (azplantlady)

Isn't wonderful how a bright, sunny day can can make a cheerful day? I have always thought that I wanted to put up more then one Christmas tree, but it was hard to take down even one...maybe I will stay at one ;-)

Nancy Bond

No sun here either -- in fact, it's been flurrying all morning. :) But it feels like a good day, yes. Your paper whites are beautiful...and as always, your cards are just gorgeous.

Sweet Bay

It is amazing the difference sunshine makes. The picture of the ice-laden branches against the cobalt blue sky is wonderful. I love your card too.

The petals of the paperwhites look like some sort of frosty white linen.


I had to do the same thing with my Paper Whites last year Kathleen. It was the first and last time I grow them indoors.LOL. What a fragrance! It is a shame because they are so pretty.I am trying miniature iris and freesia this winter. I hope they do not have to be pitched out ;-)


Kathleen that's the way I woke up feeling too, and it was a great day. I did some Winter sowing, the sun was out and I got to play outside for awhile, and my oldest daughter's basketball team played great (and won).
I hope your day ended up being as good as you hoped it would :)


Great photos of the Paperwhites. I don't mind the fragrance...funny how some folks are on one side of the fence or the other. I am always amazed how small the blooms are.
I think I will start taking down the Christmas tree today...maybe.

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