Days are shorter and marginally cooler, and the fall colors here in Florida are courtesy of the flowers, not changing leaves. Few trees show any change in color and many will not lose their leaves until they are replaced by the new growth in spring. It’s a time of beauty and tranquility, well for atContinue reading “Florida Fall Colors”
Late afternoon clouds parted just in time to spotlight the flowers in the glow of the setting Sun and brighten what remained of the day. #sunset #flowers
Happy Mother’s Day
A simple trip to the store brought home an unexpected burst of beauty for our yard. The lovely hydrangea caught our attention and found a way into our cart along with groceries. I suspect the plant will last much longer than the groceries.
From February through May flowers grace much of the roadsides in central Florida and add a colorful comfort for harried travelers.
April showers may bring May flowers, but this is March, which is Florida’s version of April and May.
While on our walk in the Cross Florida Greenway yesterday we discovered spring in full bloom, even though farther north, the country is still in winter’s grasp. Now I know the answer to the question I often heard while growing up in Nebraska this time of year: W-w-w-why w-w-w-would anyone ever w-w-w-want to m-m-m-move toContinue reading “Springing to Life”
A warm, colorful Christmas beats a white Christmas any day.