Thursday, November 19, 2009

PHOTOSTORY FRIDAY: IT'S SIMPLY BLOOMIN' AROUND HERE!..



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My ANGEL TRUMPET BUSHES STARTED BLOOMING on November 6 and they're still blooming! We've had a pleasant lead into November and I'm amazed at the pretty blooms still on my bush in the front yard. One of my prayer partners gave me this bush a couple of years ago :D


IN ADDITION TO MY YARD HAVING COLOR,
my indoor CHRISTMAS CACTUS IS BLOOMING TOO...
IT WAS JUST LITTLE BUDS 13 DAYS AGO, and today it looks like this...


Go, God!!
It sits on my HUTCH JUST IN MY ENTRY WAY, UNDER THE STAIRCASE, so I'm getting to enjoy it each time I walk through the hallway...
Tonight I may move it to my breakfast room table to enjoy it while in the kitchen.
It is soon to be THE SEASON of HIS Birth and I'm enjoying getting to celebrate the entry into the SEASON with my beautiful cactus...


Acts 14:7 "He has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven and crops in their seasons;
he provides you with plenty of food and fills your hearts with joy."

Blessings,

6 comments:

Heart2Heart said...

Ah, feels like spring when you look at the flowers that don't want to call it quits just yet. My roses are still blooming despite frost warnings here for the last few days.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

sara said...

my sweet Aunt had a christmas cactus. I wonder if my cousin took it? So pretty.

Chris said...

I love the juxtaposition of the cactus. Like the rose, it is a symbol of both pain and beauty.

Like the life of the Savior, now that I think about it.

Nice post.

Cecelia---Sis---Mom said...

Beautiful flowers!! I love plants, flowers, anything that blooms. My morning glories just died out....made me sad to see them go.

Hugs,

Cece

Leah said...

Lovely! My mother was bragging about her Christmas cactus yesterday, might run out and get one for myself. So pretty!

Kim said...

Beautiful plants! We have some orange trumpet vines in bloom right now. Ivan cut them so far back I didn't think they'd do anything this year. They're not as full as last year, but they still have plenty of blossoms :-)