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Green Fingers

Today’s prompt . . .

She had a green thumb.

Rather late because I spent much of the day taking advantage of some winter sunshine, pottering in the garden 🙂

In my case it’s more muddy fingers than a green thumb but still fun!



A little posy of autumn blooms.

What are your favourite flowers?

Swapping Cuttings

Red Geranium

Today’s prompt…

I love this Red Geranium 🙂  Two years ago I brought back two cuttings from Jess’ house and gave one to Dad. Last winter mine died in the frost so I’m just waiting for Dad’s to grow big enough for me to take a piece! And Dad and Jess were both eyeing off my latest plant when they were here before Christmas and putting in their orders for cuttings once it grows 🙂 Elijah and Pip both have geraniums in their gardens, too, and my Mother-in-Law often gives me cuttings.

And, of course, I often manage to sneak a geranium or two into my stories 🙂

You can never have too many Geraniums!

A Breath of Fresh Air

It’s a perfect Autumn day here, 24 degrees, a light breeze and enough cotton wool clouds to make it picture perfect. I’ve just spent an hour in the garden enjoying the sun on my back and admiring my geraniums. I hope the photo will provide some of you with inspiration. And if you do write a story or poem…don’t forget, submissions for the magazine are always welcome as long as they are in hard copy first.

I’ve had several queries about where to obtain back copies of Positive Words magazine. Send $2.40 in unused stamps per copy (or one book of stamps for three copies) to PO Box 798, Heathcote 3523, Victoria. If you live outside Australia send 2 x IRCs.

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