Tuesday, November 8, 2016

The Last Hangers-On


39 comments:

  1. Pretty things. Very pretty things. Which our cats destroy.

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  2. They are all so precious. Hugs, Valerie

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  3. Getting a little chilly for them now. (I wasn't sure I would ever be able to say that again with our never-ending summer.)

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  4. Lots of bloom around me, when often I have seen first snow.

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    1. All the areas that still have flowers blooming amaze me.

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  5. Chill is in the air but still a few to spare

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  6. Like you, I feel compelled to grab photos of the last flowers of the season. These are lovely -- so glad you still have some hanging around!

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  7. The first and the last are the best.

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  8. Is the bloom in the vase a hibiscus? Cheery pop of color and I like it paired with the blue vase.

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    1. It is, CJ. The HH got me that little vase and it has come in so handy.

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  9. I love the flowers and much better to look at these blooms than the faded ones you have to vote for today:)

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  10. So pretty. I can't do flowers (thank you allergies), so I pretty much steer clear of those beauties, but I do love seeing them in pictures and at a distance. They add such a cheery mood.

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    1. Sorry to hear that, Crystal. A flower allergy would be difficult.

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  11. Here in central BC, we're already a month behind you. And it's pitch black outside at 5pm. Your flowers still look pretty. Reminds me that there is heat and sun and beautiful flowers somewhere in the world today.

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  12. de hangarz heer hung it up & said see ya next spring... a few bak......in february it waz 70 ...in march it was 30....next month they iz callin fora footz oh snow round de 8th

    faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ♥♥♥

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  13. Gorgeous! I love that last bloom in particular. What kind of flower is it?

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  14. I loved the hibiscus, it is majestic! The full moon is this Sunday and Monday! You didn't miss it! Hugs!

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    1. I never expected them to be blooming in November:)

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  16. I adore your hangers on. That's a rather really wrong statement. But they are still beautiful, even though my English was bad!

    I keep forgetting to ask you if I can add your blog to my left sidebar, so I don't miss a single post. I will only do so with your permission, of course.

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    1. I first had hanger ons which turned out to be incorrect:)
      I'd love to be on your sidebar:)

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  17. Beautiful...Nature once again at its best!

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    1. Nature certainly gifts us doesn't she, Lee.

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  18. I think everything is about gone around here! Gorgeous pics Sandra!!! Hugs!

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