The story behind the image can be found here: https://youtu.be/1MI4ROiLoj8
You know the drill. Orchids are irresistibly gorgeous and yet, you kill them off in record time.
I’m good with houseplants too, so it’s a double embarrassment. It wasn’t until I noted a friend’s post on Facebook. She was showing the progression of NEW growth. The blooms lasted so long I just assumed the Orchid was a goner when they dropped.
The gal that looks after our home when we travel south, had left the bare plant in our east facing kitchen window. When we returned those weeks later I recognized the signs of life. THRILLED. I’ve since gone through two more cycles of blooms dropping, followed by new growth.
I thought I might not be the only one whose orchids were winding up in the compost heap, so I decided to write this post.
Our sweet boy Ritter, couldn’t beat the odds that cancer dealt him.
so we had to let him cross over the rainbow bridge 🌈.
Run free of pain, sweet prince. We’ll never forget how you loved each one of us 🐾💔💔💔✖️💯💯💯
I hadn’t been back since Hurricane Irma, so I wasn’t sure what to expect.
Still one of my most favorite places on earth 🌏
I apologize in advance for the bouncing video, but I CAUGHT the eclipse – using the glasses held in front of my iPhone’s camera lens – during a Facebook™ LIVE session 😎
The birds were so confused … the sky turning dark as it did, disoriented them so that they were swooping down and flying erratically. I suppose they are typically where they’d roost for the night, when it turns to dusk.
Thinking you’re alone, only to hear the eruptions of cheers by your (unseen) neighbors was really an unique experience.
My husband and I were sharing a pair of glasses, so I had to wait for the safety of totality before I could film.
But I got ‘er done. ❤️X💯 Still image is my favorite from our area.