Well now that I've come out of the closet, so to speak, we can revisit Florida.
If we were on texting terms this is the message you would have received from me on Sunday:" It's freakin' freezing". Nuff said.
Monday was a beautiful springlike day. Not unlike Virginia yesterday, but with delicious foods, 9 hours sleep ( let's hear it for blackout blinds), surprisingly long dog walks, well surprising to one who is used to walking a lab. But these little guys can really shake a leg.
But they slowed down long enough for me to get some pictures of the flora.
It's always so amazing to me to see the product, shipped to us to use in flower arrangements, growing in nature.
Clusters of dates, Spanish moss hanging about, philodendron leaves and stag horn ferns growing up/into a tree. There was hibiscus, nasturtiums, cherry tomatoes, oleander, birds of paradise, rhododendron and euphorbia cactus blooming.
And the view out the front door? A bayou.
A bayou. I didn't stay longer why?