Flowers have a way of doing that don't they! I am so glad you shared!
How pretty! I love your flower! It's bedtime for me, so that's what I'm doing right now. lol!
What a beautiful flower! I'll be baking (hopefully) my candy cane cookies on Monday!!I wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas!xxooMarsha
I'm checking my tomorrow's "To Do" list and then off to sleep! Merry Christmas Margaret!:)
How could that not brighten your tasks up, Mags! Gorgeous color. Diane
Beautiful...thanks for sharing!Blessings...xoxo Gert
Ooooh Margaret, if anything would make me smile it would be THAT! Yummy color!!!I am baking too. Waiting for a batch of cookies to come out of the oven before going to bed. Love to you...
That is beautiful...Merry Christmas!Rene
Lovely! Bearmaking, even if I should be packing ;))Hope all is well with you, dear friend!Monicaxoxo
Thanks for the flower....can smell the baking...At the moment I'm finishing some ornaments and trying to write a new post...HugsEr ,TODC xx
I think that the amarylis is really shouting Christmas! I have a bouquet of those guys in white combined with eucalyptus, love those too! I am making presents for my bff's birthdayparty this afternoon. We had an awful lot of snow, hope I can make it there! Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones!
Ahhhhh, Margaret....I am now on my TWO WEEK VACATION from school and I hope to be:1. taking naps2. reading French novels3. enjoying watching the builders continue our two-room addition4. blog.Our Christmas is very simple...just us, no children and with our families spread all over from New England, New Jersey and New York to California. But visits with my blogger friends make the season so special, and I wish you the happiest Christmas ever dear one!! GROSSES BISES, Anita
I'll bet your kitchen smells delicious, Margaret! Beautiful flower and I can see why you are enjoying it. I was wrapping yesterday and doing a few little crafts.
Amaryllis! What beauties..So glad you have pretties to look at..Here..I am looking outside seeing wonderland..freshly fallen snow.. the trees are decorated with it.. pretty~Happy holidays Margaret!I have loved seeing all your home made gems this year..and the grandchildren of course!
Hi Magaret B, Merry Christmas to you and your family. I love your amaryllis. My mother-in-law loved the poinsettan and amayllis that she would receive for the holidays. We got our first snow of the winter late yesterday afternoon. People did not slow down and needless to say we had accidents. We babysit the boys. Our family said it took them about a hour to come home because they had to find ways to get around the accidents. Your baking always looks so yummy. I am getting ready for a late Breakfast and then finish the Christmast cards. Have a great day. Your Missouri Friend
What a pretty amaryllis! I'm crafting a bit - have to run out and get more supplies!xoClaudia
Flowers do make us smile I always figured it was a special gift from Heaven for us to enjoy.I am playing catch up on here and then I have to figure out how to wrap my presents before the day is over because next week is going to be so busy. My brother has his radiation and chemo treatments every day now until the end of Jan so busy busy. Thanks for the pretty picturesMerry Christmas honeyLoveMaggie
Ahhhh... this is sóóó beautiful!!!! Enjoy these cosy days!Hugs Elly
What a beautiful flower, Margaret !It's snowing and we stayed cosy inside today.Have a wonderful Christmas time,Sylvia
A beautiful flower!Right now I'm freezing my buns off. No pun intended. hee,hee,hee.xx, shell
What a beautiful flower dear Margaret.I have make a walk today trough the snow with my husband and our dog and now we go to see a movie.I wish you a wonderful week.Warm wishes, Mea
The flower is beautiful. I'm trying to catch up on my blog reading....and then off to bed!hugs,gail
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