Rainbow Summer School ~ Red

I'm breaking my own blogging break for just a bit ...
I have so enjoyed participating in the Alphabe-Thursday fun with Jenny Matlock, I couldn't skip out on our  RainbowSummer School!  My entry this week is short and sweet because I really do need to give my  brain a break, but here is my entry for RED-


This photos of a moss rose that I planted in a volcanic rock a few seasons ago always makes me think of these words-
Bloom Where You Are Planted.

I need to be reminded to do just that every now and then. 

OK, that's it for me this week, but please visit Jenny Matlock for more Rainbow Summer School fun!

Comments

  1. Such wise words & a beautiful illustration too!
    The moss rose looks as if it were meant for that volcanic rock!
    Happy Rainbow Red day,
    LOLA:)
    PS Mine this week is HERE. Hope you can join me!

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  2. Catherine I'm so glad you came back for rainbow summer session. I love that saying and your photo. Perfect.

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  3. I love this idea. The words are wise too.

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  4. We all need that reminder don't we? Love the rock with the red flowers!

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  5. You have every right to take a break, I just read on one of the blogs I follow that she is no longer going to have a blog. She said that it takes too much time away from her family. i think there can be a balance.

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  6. What a very simple and wonderful message. I love the idea of the flower in the volcanic rock.

    Teresa

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  7. Stopping by from Miss Jenny's party! That turned out just awesome. I have never thought to try and plant them in the rocks around our property!

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  8. What a pretty planting.
    Those words are among my favorite - all the years of military moves....it was a bit of a motto.

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  9. I love moss rose. Thanks for the photo share on our Rainbow Summer School.

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  10. I've never heard of a moss rose, but how pretty is that planted in a volcanic rock. Very nice choice for our red day.

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  11. Portulaca. One of my favorite flowers...ever.

    And what a great illustration for that quote. One of the best I've seen.

    Thanks for taking a break and linking this clever and thoughtful post to Alphabe-Thursdays summer school.

    Hope to see you on orange next week.

    I enjoyed my stop here.

    A+

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  12. Very nice blog, as soon as I get a chance, I am going to come back and check it out further.

    I am on a mission to follow 10 new, Interesting blogs a day for a month. Hopefully they will follow me back.

    My Journey With Candida
    http://myjourneywithcandida.blogspot.com/

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