This year I actually have a beautiful amaryllis blooming in time for Christmas.
I purchased this one in November at a hardware store, the only place at that time
where I could find this color which I though would be really pretty in my decorating
theme at Christmas.
Spending most of the time from early November on the dining room table, where the
light is good, this beauty started growing and has just kept going, first one bloom
opening and soon followed by three more. I'm hoping they will last through the
I continue to have frustrating problems with Blogger/Google/Safari - who knows which
one is creating gremlins - both posting and commenting!
I'm not giving up quite yet but things really need to improve soon as my patience
is wearing thin!
Meanwhile, this post I'm using Chrome which seems to be working much better for
me, fingers crossed!
Hope your holiday plans are moving along smoothly.
Enjoy each day of this busy weekend.
Here in North Carolina most of the snow has gone as we have had heavy, nonstop,
rain for two days. Quite honestly, it's not looking very Christmassy out there, just a
mass of soggy brown leaves covering everything under leaden skies.
Last evening I went to a fun "Girls' Holiday Wine Night" at a friend's
home - my driver was Bob who transported me through inky darkness
in pouring rain and miserable rush hour traffic, and came back
for me a few hours later. That made the evening so enjoyable,
and I was able to enjoy my wine and time with a lovely group of
Hoping the coming week will brighten up, I need to get out
and about to finish my shopping and start on my baking!!!!