Tuesday, December 30, 2014

OKAY HERE IT IS


Strange eh,  a white bloom on a pink plant... Thought I would share with you, I have never seen this, but I have it, and think it is pretty cool.

We had an awesome Christmas, so many blessings that I cannot even remember them all, we went to several churches too and that was special seeing our friends from all over this time of year.

Are you doing anything special for New Years Eve?  I wanted to find a watch night service, but did not find one in our area, I know some in Jacksonville, but that is too far to travel new years eve, too many drunks on the roads, and not wanting to start the new year off in any mishaps. 

So that about does it for now. I pray all who read will have a very blessed new year, and put Christ first and for most in you life all year. May God bless you real good.

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8 comments:

Tori Leslie said...

That is gorgeous! I almost bought one of those after your last post about it but since we're taking furlough soon I decided to wait till next Christmas. Love that white bloom, very special!

Barbara said...

YES THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL, VERY LITTLE CARE, THIS IS A SLIP OFF THE ORIGINAL ONE.

Mary said...

Happy New Year Barbara. We'll be staying home on New Year's eve, not wanting to get out among the crowds. Is that a Christmas Cactus? It's beautiful and that white bloom is very special.

Barbara said...

yes it is a Christmas cactus,I planted this one from slips off my big old pink one, and this white bloom appeared, just so neat.

Camille said...

Interesting to think about how that white flower happened....hmmmm...I enjoy seeing my Christmas cactus bloom as well. Wow! You have had yours for 20 years??!! Happy New Year to you. :) Hugs, Camille

Barbara said...

Yes my friend give me the original cactus when she moved from Florida to Georgia back in 1995, I have 3 plants now, all from the original one, they are awesome, hope you have a great new year too Camille.

Deborah said...

Beautiful flower! Glad you had an awesome Christmas. Happy new year!

Barbara said...

Thank you Deborah, hope you have an awesome new year too...