Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Longing......

 Begonia  blossoms, indoors.

Now for some blossoms outside.........soon.



18 comments:

  1. I asked about counselling training cos I always think of you as a lateral thinker!

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    1. I guess I am a lateral thinker.....been called worse though!

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  2. Jim, you're getting me all excited!
    m.

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    1. Oopps! Settle down now Mark! Spring will be here before you know it!

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  3. Longing...sigh...I had my nose pressed to the window this morning...looking out at my garden still asleep. Soon, I tell myself, soon.

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    1. Watch that! It may stick to it! lol
      Yes, soon....

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  4. beautiful! makes me want to go out and peek at my lilac bush :)

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    1. Our lilacs come out in June, just before school ends around here. Are you counting the days?

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    1. Thanks. It is translucent and doesn't bloom that often.

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  6. Hi There,

    We've been super lucky, we've had some for ages here in California - how hope you get some outside soon - they're beautiful!!

    Love your pic,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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    1. I'll be hearing all about it when my sister returns from California next week.....she is in Redlands.
      We have a while yet.

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  7. Pretty! I have never been good with flowering house plants. (With the exception of inpatients) The outside things are starting to bloom here now, even a few regular trees.

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  8. Well it's not like we do anything special for this Begonia.....it's in a corner out of direct sunlight, add water once in while and presto!
    We are having our somewhat shortened version of winter now! Very manageable though.

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  9. I saw a bluebird yesterday! Spring is coming!

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  10. An Oriol is singing outside my window as I type this. We expect 60f today. This is in heard of in March. I think we'll go to the park and see what might be poking through.

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