Photo Finish Friday

My Christmas Cactus is blooming. I love this plant. It reminds me of my mom. She always had one in her house and it really does bloom in the season of Christmas!
Good advice. I need to work on #6.


Very cool Mother Earth.

To make, yum.

Love these.

To do with old jeans.

And last, you are tying your shoes wrong

What are you up to this weekend? Hubby and I will attend two school auctions back to back. Bagette Dad is here for a visit and we will see all the Colorado Bagettes on Sunday. Fun! You?? Teresa


Я said...

In Ukraine we call this plant - Dekabrist
(Dekabr - December)

Burovik said...

Teresa, but your freebie post above-Book freebie cannot have the deadline on 3 November for it is the 15 of November today!

Ioanna said...

Hello from Kalamata, Hellas

that plant, in Greek, called "EYASTHISIA", means "SENSIBILITY"

Love, Ioanna

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

R--That would make sense!

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Burovik, thanks for catching that, we have changed it.

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Ioanna--Oh, I like that name for it too! Seems like people all over the world have this plant!

Burovik said...

It makes me slightly smiling... Teresa, actually the letter "Я" denotes "I" (me) in English and sounds as [ja]. In old american movies "Я" instead of "R" implied the Russian character of the film... Just like in "the Hunting for the Red October" with Connery and "The Red Heat" with Schwarzenegger. Good luck in expanding knowledge!))

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Burovik--Since I know NO Russian at all, I stand to be corrected. :) Thanks. I don't know how to make a backwards R on my computer. :)