Wednesday, December 10, 2014

It's a Beautiful Morning in Florida!

Ahhh....sweet sunshine in the state of Florida today.

If only my fingers weren't so COLD!!!!

Today is bright blue with hint of bite in the air. Here's a picture I snagged of a plant growing outside my house. It's the neatest little guy, growing in a pot, and I have no clue what it is. My rose bush is still blooming too. Go figure!



What's blooming in your neighborhood? What is your favorite flower?

10 comments:

Missy Tippens said...

Beautiful, Jessica! Most of our blooms got killed off a few weeks ago. But I did notice a tree blooming prematurely the other day. I'm afraid those blossoms will get frozen soon!

Missy Tippens said...

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Christine Johnson said...

It's so nice to see colorful blossoms. Our last ones are long gone until next April when the crocus peek their heads from the snow.

Pamela Tracy said...

Missy, I had to do that too!!!! I wonder if I can go in and get rid of it.

Pamela Tracy said...

Jessica,
My sister-in-law gave me a dying Poinsetta two weeks ago. I simply leaned it against the house. It now looks great! I've no clue why.

Debby Giusti said...

Pansies survive in Georgia throughout the winter. Love seeing the pretty pots of blooms on my front and back porches. They bring joy to my heart and always make me smile!

Merrillee said...

I still have petunias and marigold growing in my yard. They are actually coming back after the long, hot summer.

Jean C. Gordon said...

Very pretty. All our flowers are gone an buried under six inches of snow.

Jessica Nelson said...

Missy...I daresay they will freeze! lol

Christine, that's Florida for you. lol

Hahahahaaa, Pamela, you sound like me!!!

Jessica Nelson said...

Pretty, Merrilee!!!

Jean...I imagine the snow has it's own beauty (when you don't have to shovel it, lol).