Wednesday, April 22, 2015

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In 2013 a car crashed my wall. My bougainvillea was destroyed, or so i thought, the gardener dug it up, and said it couldn't be saved.Then one day, my grief turned to joy again, when I say a tiny green shoot appearing. and today I'm happy to share. My born again Bougainvillea
sunshine and i smile / beautiful bougainvillea



Happy Earth Day 2015 to all Lunch Break visitors and friends


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Earth Day 2014


12 comments:

Magyar said...

A grand recovery... for you, Gillena, and the Bougainvillea_!

when we serve
nature aids our survival
eye language

__When nature meets the eye, this other language is seen, heard and understood. _m

Bill said...

translation into haiku:

where the bougainvillea
was destroyed a year ago
a tiny green shoot

Syllable count a bit off, but maybe that works this time. Blessings.

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for dropping by Magyar

Much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for sharing your impression Bill

Much love...

Old Egg said...

If only we were that resilient. We can learn so much from the natural world but we destroy it instead. Beautiful post Gillena.

Rajesh said...

There is always hope.

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks Robin, happy you dropped in

much love...

Gillena Cox said...

Thanks for your appreciation Rajesh

much love...

Out of Sight L said...

That's wonderful Gillena, all plants and flowers that you love should always surround you, you make them better ;)

Gillena Cox said...

thanks Lorraine

much love...

Adelaide said...

I smile, too. We don't have this plant up north. I remember them from California. Always one of my favorites.

Adelaide

Gillena Cox said...

thanks for dropping in Adelaide

much love...