Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Wordless Wednesday






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    1. Hi Meredith....I think we all need a harbinger of Spring!

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    1. but on my Living in Black Mountain blog http://blackmountainbarb.blogspot.com/
      spring in 8 weeks

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    2. Hi Barb......I'll check them out. I think spring will be later than that up here! We'll see what Groundhog Day brings!

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  3. Makes me think of Florida... although it's cold there too!

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    1. Hi Michelle...The whole East Coast is socked in. Hibiscus always remind me of the tropics!

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  4. I remember spending a winter in Miami...and those things just grow here and there! not like up here in the north at ALL....

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    1. Hi Gary....Do you ever wonder how you ended up in the North? I know I sure do. With me it was family, which is odd, because most of my family is now in NH, Vermont and upper NY state.

      I think all the greenery was what I loved most about visiting the south.

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  5. Hi Suzi,

    Beautiful hibiscus and shouts out summer.
    We have many that grow here on the Island
    happy day
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  6. Dearest Suzi,
    Oh my, when our hibiscus bloom again we are SAVED!
    Hang in there, this will go away one day... we got our share too here in the south. Ice palace it looks like.
    Hugs,
    Mariette

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  7. Hi Mariette....Summer flowers blooming in winter are a huge help in surviving winter. At least we live in an area where we expect extreme weather. From what I see and hear, Georgia and a great deal of the south is in dire weather. Although you probably have more experience than most with coping with winter, I hope you and Pieter are staying warm and safe.

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  8. Beautiful. Shots like that along with the seed catalogs coming in have me antsy for Spring.

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