I know this is not popular, as many would rather believe we have the chance to make a clean slate, & begin it all again.
The days are passing, whatever we believe.
Honey doesn't care what day it is. As long as she can sit where she likes.
The lemon tree is trying really hard to recover from the attack of the Stink Beetles!
An old forgotten project. This is Florence. She is waiting patiently for her clothes. This will be the 5th year she has waited to be dressed. She does have knickers, & a felt flower on her hat. Since she doesnt have any breasts she is not ashamed of her naked torso.
I have lost a project. I have torn this room apart looking for it, & it has not turned up. I got all hot & extremely bothered. I found Florence while I searched for the other project. She seems to be so calm & serene. I have asked her to help me remember where the project is hidden. So far she has not divulged the secret!
Is this the portal to the New Year? Don't ask why it is so small. New learning curves in the photo department!
The lovely green of the new growth, after all our recent rains. The poor Asplenium Nidus, or Birdsnest Fern suffers badly from the lack of water. I love the bright lime green of the new leaves unfurling.
Here at the base of the Birdsnest, contrasts of colour & leaves. A Begonia keeps growing a few leaves among the Birdsnest. The flower is an Ixorus, ( I think this is the correct name) or Prince of Orange. the colour seems a little red in this pic. It is really more of a rich orange than a pink or red.
This is the Fern tree we saved. The parent plant has died, we know not why. Luckily this seems to be happy. It has been badly burnt on a 45 degree day, last year. It seems happy at present, with the recent rainfall, & it continues to thrive.
My Beloved Brother has returned from the Island sojourn, & all is well with the world.
Janis Ian, Hymn.