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Had a wee time offline this morning when power went off. I took the chance to organize things in the kitchen, stored the wares we don't really use and then cleaned everything out.
After that, I went out to the backyard for a little tour. Weeds had overtaken what little plants we have back there. I wasn't in the mood to do some weeding yet so I just took took some bean seeds and buried them on a plot that the farmboy has prepared some weeks ago.
I felt accomplished and went back inside the house for my online things. Thankfully, power came back around lunch time so I was able to catch up with some replies and stuff after we had our meal.
So yes, it was a lovely day for me and I am grateful :)
Visiting Read Cash later in the afternoon, I was to write about Mowgli (the new film the we watched two nights ago) but then my mind signaled otherwise. A little trip to my phone gallery brought me an idea to share these lovely reds (and some shades of orange) instead.
Please pardon the not-so-sharp photos though :) The photographer in me left when these pictures were taken, lol!
The above flower was captured along the road downtown while the husband was buying some farm inputs. There were campaign tarpaulins in the background but glad they were caught blurry. According to Google Lens, these flowers are called Epidendrum Cinnabarinum.
And these too were from the same spot. The owner of the house just placed them along the street so I was able to take photographs of them. These are called garden geranium and is quite common around here.
And these were growing down the boundaries of our yard. My search of its name led me to Wikipedia which indicated it is called Burbidgea. Its just fascinating with the mixed red-orange and yellow colors of its blooms.
And the beautiful red roses! Can't say more about this. I just loved it!
And my very own lovely zygocactus bloom! The husband says the color is more of an orange than a red. I think he is right. I took this photo sometime last week and it's still blooming today. It's one of the easiest cactus to propagate. It didn't require so much attention and care.
And the so-called Crown of Thorns or Himalayan Flower. Photographed downtown in a school ground where we parked sometime ago when we had our c-19 vaccine.
I picked a little branch of it and is now rooting where I planted it out the yard. Hope it would multiply so I could plant them all around the yard. I think they are great at attracting bees :)
While the bulls and the bears are having a fight in the crypto and stock markets, let's just enjoy our time with other things with the faith that these wonky financial situations will soon come to pass.
Thank you and have a beautiful day :)
All photos are my own. Some have been shared in Noise Cash sometime ago.