Maybe that's one of the reasons they die on me, I probably call them by the wrong name and I guess there's only so much an innocent plant/flower can take.
While out yesterday I went by the BX and saw that they had a huge table right at the entrance, it was overloaded with all sorts of plants/flowers (I'm embarrassing myself at this point, I know) on sale. I couldn't help myself, I think it's the nurturing spirit in me wanting to reach out....so I'm hoping and praying I do it right this time and keep these babies alive.
Without further ado, the newest members of the family:
Bamboo...Ok, I admit, I can actually keep bamboo alive, as a matter of fact I brought with me the ones from Idaho and they're still alive and thriving.
Medicinal Aloe, I figure if nothing else, I can use it for burns and to relieve itching from bug bites etc.
Anthuriums....what can I say, I love them, they're beautiful. Let's just hope I keep it alive.
and some more EuphorbiaI'm giggling because Curt asked me if I was going to remove the name tags and I looked at him like he grew a second head. "Are you kidding me? I need all the help I can get and even so, I will probably botch it up somehow".
I just mailed off my 3 Netflix movies and I truly enjoyed every single one, two of them I just absolutely loved.
The Nanny Diaries - It was a cute movie, definitely a chick flick.
The Inheritance - *sigh* What can I say other than it's a Louisa May Alcott movie? It's romantic and it's my kind of movie.
Under the Greenwood Tree - Another great movie, loved it.
What's next on the list? The Robin Hood Series.
Alright, I'm out, I'm taking the kids to the park, they're hyper and antsy because we've had thunderstorms for the past 2 days, which means being stuck in the house, which means being bored, which means they've watched all the tv and movies they could handle, which means they are now starting to bicker, which means it's making my eye twitch, which means it's time to hit the road........you get what I'm saying right???? LOL
Have a great day, I'll be back tomorrow, or later with pictures.