Tuesday, October 19, 2010

My world Tuesday: Succulent plant



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Winter should be gone, but it is reluctant to leave. There are still snow and hailstorm.

Look here to see what the hail storms have done to my succulent plant. They have left little holes on my beautiful plant.

7 comments:

Ginny said...

I must say that at first I thought the plant was polka dot!! But I see now that it is damaged! The pink and green are so pretty, I hope with tender loving care, it will recover!

Patty said...

Good morning. Sorry you are still having winter, although if it's like here, we can get hailstones anytime of the year. We're in our Fall at the moment, and then winter will be arriving. I am not looking forward to that. Seems the older I get the more I dislike winters. Thanks for your visit. Your student is very bright to realize the pink arm band is for breast cancer, but I do hope you didn't have to experience that. I went through it in 1997 and then the other side in 2006. Been doing great, this time I am taking a little pill daily called Femera. Still have about a year or so to continue taking it.

wenn said...

nice..like the cactus family but without the thorns.

Gwendolyn L said...

This is still a beautiful plant. I hope the weather is good for you. Thanks for sharing your lovely photo.

D said...

Poor little plant!
Hi, Ann,
The dollhouse is for me, but my granddaughters have been loving it, and wanting to see every day what the mailman brings for it. :)
Several of the ladies of the blogs have dollhouses, and I have always loved them, so when I saw this one at a recent antique shop, I bought it. It was a great price, too.
Thanks for visiting me. :)

Gattina said...

And I am sitting in 35° at the Red Sea, yes I am still there because I only arrived 2 days ago, lol and I'll stay here for two weeks. The Red Sea is quiet calm, very salty and you can almost walk on it because there are many sandbanks under water. That's probably why it is written in the bible that Jesus walked on water. I could do it too, lol !

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Spring is in the air??
Every time I see succulents like these I would think of Miss Ida's garden....