Good afternoon Friends,
On this second day of Januay, it is partly cloudy, we’ve had a few sprinkles, it’s windy and a cold front is moving down over us. Here in southeast FL the prediction is for a low of 43 tonight, tomorrow night’s low 39, and with the windchill factor it will feel colder. To you people who live with really cold temps, this will seem mild. In northern FL it is really going to be cold, and hopefully it won’t harm the citrus crops.
I took some pictures this morning, changed my header, we had breakfast, the bed clothes were changed, we headed out to do errands, stopped at a yard sale and I spent a whopping 60 cents.
The teddy bear was so sweet and was only 10 cents, so I brought him home to be a member of my collection. The two sprays of flowers were 25 cents each and I couldn’t leave them there, they had my name all over them. I told DH I’d like to put them in the gypsy caravan. The flower sprays need to be gently dusted. These goodies make me feel happy.
Now, on to the blooms from this morning’s walk around the gardens.
The first two are of bougainvillea. I love the sunlight hitting the blooms in the second picture.
Next two pictures are of the rose Chrysler Imperial.
‘Kathleen’, a real sweetie.
Well, that’s it for now.
One of the most delightful things about a garden
is the anticipation it provides.