Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Monday-Tuesday

Last week I asked if given the choice would you choose 'Not Very Smart' or Immoral.  It was pretty much a 50-50 split, maybe weighing a little heavier on immoral:) This week, I'm asking if you had a choice between Gullible and Immoral which would you choose? For me, this is a much harder choice and had me giving some thought to immoral. Why? Even if you aren't that smart, you can learn AND you can rely on your senses.  If your gullible you can still learn, but by then it's too late. And I'm afraid gullibility ignores the senses.  What's your thoughts? What would you choose? Gullible or Immoral?

AND...
This little cutie is the door greeter at the vet's.  She loves scratches and dog treats and wags her tail just like a puppy dog.
AND...
These were my Irises last year.
These are the same plants this year. Sigh.

I've heard of Irises cross pollenating but I've never had it happen before. Luckily some of my bronze's survived the takeover.  I've been busy moving the survivors to new locations.  At this point they aren't really thrilled about being uprooted during prime time, but I'm sure next year they'll feel differently:)

AND...
These were in my Easter Basket. I admit I was hesitant to put artificial flowers in my garden.
Until I saw their 'night blooms'.
They really light up (no pun intended:) the landscape after dark.

The Easter Bunny also brought me this lovely vase for those turncoat Irises.

AND...If you have any interest in reading the Mueller report, you can download it at Amazon for .99.

AND last but not least...

36 comments:

  1. Gorgeous flower photos. I think I would not choose either! Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thanks. Not good choices are they.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  2. What a wonderful greeter.
    Love the flowers (including the night bloomers) and your vase.
    If I could I would step away from those choices too. I am already on the gullible side (and it has involved hurt).

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    1. I think we've all done the gullible thing and, unfortunately, had the same results. When I think of gullible these days I think of those that buy into hateful rhetoric and fear mongering. And I would really hate to buy into that. So I'm twisting on the hook on this one.

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    2. PS. Glad you like the flowers and vase:)

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  3. Sure a fun greeter and in full bloom. Immoral wins for me on both counts, dumb and gullible just don't sound fun. The latter I've been before. But then since we aren't dumb we learn. So there is that. Just get screwed over once or twice in the process.

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  4. That's a pretty cool greeter, and a great conversation starter. Those night blooms look really nice! Even though it's no fun to be gullible, I would still lean towards that instead of being immoral. That just seems like a pretty bad characteristic to be known for. Sending some hugs your way! RO

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    1. She's such a fun little thing.
      Thanks for the feedback. This was a tough one.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  5. Those glowing flowers are cool.
    That is tougher but I still don't want to be immoral.

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    1. Thanks. Glad you like them.
      It is a tough one isn't it? Good choice though.

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  6. I chose immoral last week, but this week I choose gullible. There is so much I would not have learnt about life if I was not a bit gullible.

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  7. Greeted by a pig - how adorable.

    Where did you get those lighted flowers? I want them for my backyard, too.

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    1. it is indeed, Di.
      The HH ordered them from Amazon.

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  8. Probably immoral. Your iris are beautiful no matter what color. Did the color change because of the acidity of the soil? Like hydrangeas? If your soil is acidic, hydrangeas are blue, but if not, they are pink. And you can influence the color. Your solar flowers are gorgeous! Bye, bye April. It's been wet and chilly here. Hope May is sunny and mild

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    1. Oh, and the piggy is too cute!

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    4. Let's hear it for sunny and mild.
      You're completely correct on the hydrangeas. Ours are blue:)
      To the best of my knowledge, Irises only change color if cross pollinated.
      (The deletes: I kept finding typos. Sigh.)

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  9. Bye to a soggy April, I tend to be gullible (naive really) what can I say, so I don't have to choose immoral.

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  10. we wood rather haza choize bee tween snax and meelz ;) ☺☺♥♥

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  11. LOL! What a wonderful greeter.
    I do like your flowers and new vase, those night light flowers are amazing.

    Enjoy this last day of April and my good wishes for the brand new month of May.

    All the best Jan

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    1. She is a great greeter for sure:)
      Thanks, Jan.

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  12. Love the flowers and that darling pig 🐷🐖

    Big Hugs ❤

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    1. Thanks, Jan. She is a darling, isn't she?
      Hugs received and returned.

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  13. I'm already a little gullible and it hasn't harmed me too much so far! Boy, what fun stuff in this post with the flowers and especially the irises! All lovely!

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  14. Neither...I choose the pig and the flowers.... :)

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  15. I am still for Immoral because I have been gullible in the past and felt horrible whereas immoral.....Love the little piggie..will he/she get bigger? I didn't know irises can usurp others but i still like them. I love the glow in the dark ones and will need to look out for them now.

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