wow, that is the cutest poinsettia! I just bought one today 🙂
Poinsettia plants are so pretty! We like these tiny ones but they don’t last all that long in our cupboard because we tend to forget to water them often enough and they dry out!
And, what a beautifully presented Friday bouquet you’ve given us this week. Again, thanks for the beauty and greeting.
You are welcome! This Friday Bouquet habit has been quite positive for us!
Carrot Soup makes the sweetest little angel ever. Her little Christmas angel dress is picture perfect…and those wings!
Carrot soup likes being the angel! A very sweet friend crocheted the dress for us, it started out life as a nightgown, but we thought it was perfectly angelic!
love Carrot soup’s wings, hope she doesn’t fly away.
She is planning to fly up to the top of the Christmas Tree, but we daren’t bring it inside yet as it would be too much of a shock to bring it in from the cold outdoors.
such a lovely plant AND a lovely angel. I think we are all getting ready for the holidays.
Carrot Soup certainly is ready! The rest of us are playing catch-up after being down with the lurgy.
By the look on her dear face, Carrot Soup is taking her task as angel seriously. Welcoming the joy of the season IS quite a solemn undertaking and well done!
Carrot Soup is the dearest angel in the flock, and very committed to angeldom (when she is not being a pixie!). We always had a Christmas star until she joined the Cupboard!
I saw some of those tiny poinsettia plants the other day and would have bought one but every single one was wilted clear down. They must have completely neglected to water them. So therefore, how wonderful to see yours with your adorable angel!!!! Billie
We will do our best To keep them alive! It is hard, though the reservoir is very small!
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