Time for a couple of
We couldn’t keep up with all the blossoms from the Wild Rose bush, this spring.
Those "hairy"-looking things are the seed form of the Pasque flower, that bloomed way back just after the crocuses. It’s an interesting feel of plastic threads, and after a long while they finally get more "fluffy". So don’t pinch the blooms of your Pasque flowers!
The rose blooms are even more beautiful (a darker, more intense pink) when they’ve dried out! The combination of pink on the green, is a favourite of The Mom’s. This is one of the beautiful decorative plates she got for Christmas, from her mom.
Thank You Creator God, for the beauty that comes in some things, only when the life has gone out of them!