In Living Color

DSCN7625He who is born with a silver spoon in his mouth is generally considered a fortunate person..

DSCN7628but his good fortune is small compared to that of the happy mortal who enters the world

DSCN7619with a passion for flowers in his soul…Celia Thaxter

DSCN7547We found out from the friend that gave us this plant, that it is called Celundine. It is a transplant all the way from Pennsylvania. We are thrilled to see it flourish in our garden… (:









All is quiet on the home-front. Mr. G’s foot appears to be healing nicely. We have had sunshine for several days now and it has helped to melt the snow. There may be some more on its way. I am getting a little antsy and looking for signs of  color up here in these mountains. Down below Iris’s are beginning to bloom. I have decided to brighten up a few photos from last year and add a little color as I wait..

I think this is a weed, but the flowers were pretty so I captured what I saw and added some texture to it.

These plants are unknown to me as well and the picture was taken in New Mexico.

I don’t think I have shared this previously. It too was taken in New Mexico while we were on the train. I really like how I was able  to brighten up the color using Picasa and texture from Pixel Dust Photo Art. I’ll put away my coloring pages for now and be patient for winter to make its exit..