Ah now I feel less guilty. I bought two Red Amaryllis bulbs from Trader Joes at vast expense but it seems that you're even more extravagant than me!CheersThis is my calling card or link"Whittereronautism"until blogger comments get themselves sorted out.
So, so beautiful! And I love that shade of yellow you have on the walls as well. So warm and inviting!
The only pretty colors I've been looking at (repeatedly) today are the ones in my candy stash.I suppose your method is much healthier!!
I think part of why I like Christmas so much is that it IS a colorful start to an otherwise rather "blah" winter...BTW, I just posted my review of "His Dark Materials" - I'd love to know what you think...(I remember you mentioning not liking them).catherine
Good thing I'm tenacious because Blogger has barfed every time I've tried to comment today. At least five separate attempts.And all I wanted to say was: the flower's shadow looks like a hand-shadow puppet. I see a t-rex with a carrot stuck in its eye. Or possibly Grover.
Where did you find flowers like those this time of year?
Cool faucet and backsplash!Oh, and the flowers are pretty too. :)
Amaryllis remind me of Grandma Ybright. It is a good thingYour Christmas package is READY!!!!!
i stole your idea
Very nice and colourful flowers. I did however notice that you do not have any snow on your grey day....
How beautiful. D is SO allergic to amaryllis, so it's wonderful to enjoy them this way.
I keep checking your blog every time I get on the computer, and thinking, "Why hasn't she posted yet today?" It's so wierd not having a daily post from you!
Very beautiful. I have one bulb I transplanted this year. It was resting until this week, so I should have some in February. Mine are the same colour.