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Most people, myself included, consider Dandelions weeds because they are very invasive and take away from our beautiful green lawns.  Dandelions are the flower with many health uses according to Organic Facts.  According to Organic Facts here are some of the things that they are good for, bone health, liver disorders, acne and skin care and many more uses.

These Dandelions are growing in the brick patio at my mother’s house.

Do you consider it a weed or flower?

Have you ever eaten a dandelion”

Dandelion:  Taraxacum is a large genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae which consists of species commonly known as Dandelion. Wikipedia

Scientific name: Taraxacum
Rank: Genus
Higher classification: Daisy family
Did you know: Animals such as birds, insects and butterflies consume nectar or seed of dandelion. justfunfacts.com

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A New Begining

Last saturday my grandson, Arai, was in extra rare form.  He was bouncing and zipping around everywhere and nothing would keep him still for long.  He could not go outside due to the chilly rain that we have been having (today the rain and sun finally came out!). So we were all cooped up and going a bit stir crazy.

His mother and I had to find a way to funnel some of his energy.  I came up with the brilliant ideal to have him plant some sunflower seeds.

After a week we notice that the plants have broken ground and are reaching for the sun.

 

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arai with new plants

Entered into this weeks Daily Post Challenge: Earth.  Make sure you go and check out the other entries.

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Cherry Pie

The weather is getting nicer here in New Jersey so I began working on my flowerbeds at the front of the house.  I planted some double bloom Lilies, Azelas, Gerber Daisies, Pansies, and Hostas.  I still need a few more things to make it just right for me.

After the rain yesterday I took some pictures of my newly planted flowers.  The rain on this Gerber Daisy makes the center look like cherry pie.  What do you think?

Cherry Pie

Cherry Pie

 

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WP Photo Challenge: Beneath Your Feet

This image is not exactly beneath my feet but it is at foot level so in my opinion it is acceptable for this weeks challenge.

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Shadows and Lines

Most of you know that I go to my mother’s home very often to photography and get inspired by her flowers.  This past weekend I went to my father’s home to get inspired.

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Reaching

  A negative mind will never

give you a positive life.

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Reaching 1

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Reaching 2

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Reaching 3

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Spring Already?

Today here in New Jersey it is a welcoming 70 degrees. 

It reminds me of the beginning of spring instead of the winter that is fast approaching.

Since it feels like spring I wanted to share 2 pictures that I have previously posted that reminds me of spring. 

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Both pictures were taken at Longwood Gardens about 2 years ago.  They are 2 of my favorite photos.

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I Appreciate Me

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I Appreciate Me – Bouquet

I Appreciate Me.  This is something that I don’t do often.  Most days I deal with work, errands, helping my children and grandchildren with what ever is going on in there lives.  So most of the time I do not take out time for me.  I decided to take a moment to smell the flowers on a regular basis.

So going forward I am going to by myself a bouquet of flowers. Whenever I received flowers in the past it always promoted a warm fuzzy feeling inside and made me feel special.  I want that feeling back for many reasons but mainly be cause I am special. Here are 2 flowers from the bouquet.

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I Appreciate Me – Bouquet

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