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Today I Love The Sedum’s Embarrassment


Red faced, humiliated Sedum

Today I love the Sedum’s embarrassment as it finds once again that it has slept lazily through the summer and has come late to the party, blooming finally while most of the other flowers are cleaning up and going home to their earthen beds. I love that when its buds arrived last week they were a pale grey frosted green and now those tardy plants are blushing bright with shame. I love how lush they are, fresh from lying about all summer and taking in all the moisture they can in this rain soaked year. I love how strong and stately they hold themselves even as they blush their perfect shades of

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Today I Love The Sedum’s Embarrassment

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  1. Hi Kelly, I’m down in Houston, Texas and I got through our hurricane Harvey okay, but my computer didn’t. (My study’s ceiling collapsed and the water leaked in and wrecked it.) So, I couldn’t follow your blog for a week and really felt the effects of this. My father loaned me a spare laptop he had, and going to your blog and reading it was one of the first things I did with it.

    You have helped me learn to be grateful, so I can see we were lucky as there was no flooding or power outages in my neighborhood. My landlord immediately jumped to get estimates to repair the roof, and I needed a new computer anyway. So, I’m not in bad shape.

    Thanks for thinking of us hurricane survivors way down here!

    Ceara

    • Hi, Ceara, I’m happy to hear that you came through all right and thrilled to be told that you have learned to recognize the benefit of gratitude.
      The statement you made, “… and I needed a new computer anyway.” tells me how good you are at finding the positive in life, I’m impressed.
      And Ceara, I am grateful to hear from you because knowing I have had a positive impact on your life has a positive impact on my life, it’s a lovely circle of positivism, let’s keep it in orbit, shall we?
      Thanks for your comment,
      I loved it,
      Kelly

 

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