Thank you Jane! xo
Love this little painting, and also love this plant whose one original bulb has multiplied and spread winter color to so many houses. Three of mine are blooming right now.
And I remember well the day the original bulb came to my house, brought by a friend newly returned from Africa – in the 80s!
I like your pot and the plant peeking out. I can’t wait for hyacinth to flower – I love their scent. I hope you had a nice Christmas. Today is the first day I start reading blogs as I was in bed from about Dec 22 till last Sunday with a terrible acute bronchitis. At least to honor my Armenian father’s culture we have been listening to Christmas music till now since the Eastern Christian Orthodox celebrate Christmas today, according to the Julian calendar (as well as the Copts, Ethiopians, Russians, Ukrainians, Serbians, Georgian, etc.) Have a great year 2016 too.
I’m so sorry you’ve been sick Vagabonde – I hope these days of January see you improving quickly! We are still celebrating Christmas here a little bit also – I took down the decorations from the tree, left the lights, and added paper roses. I wish you a very happy 2016.
Oh, I love that with just the touch of color! (And love the idea of a rose-covered tree!
Beautiful. Fresh new beginnings to start the year, sprouting out refreshing memories of days past and offering the hope of new growth. Love, Peace and Joy to the Gilmore Clan from secret cove.
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