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Monday, November 22, 2010
Sunday, November 14, 2010
|You've got to love the tenacity of |
flowers that spring up outta the cracks in the cement
and keep on growing and blooming halfway through November
|They just seem to throw caution to the wind and|
proceed to grow defying nature and natural odds.
|I watered them regularly just like my other flowers|
that I planted this past summer
never thinking they'd last this long
|....And here they still are, the runts of the litter, who defy-ed all odds by |
springing up from a crack in the cement.
Now they are a welcome reminder of this past summer's color and garden.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
None of these flowers are Mums. That alone is enough to make me wonder how did they last so long.
|These flowers have made it till today frost free and very alive|
|Till Spring and Summer I'll savor these flowers color and the warmth they bring|
These are the last of flowers out of my garden still blooming today that I picked before the cold gets them...I'll savor their bloominess till they shrivel up in the vase and die and I'll keep them around just to re- remind myself of next years garden, come spring. Does every gardener already have their heads into next year's garden at the beginning of November? Just wondering.