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Friday, June 3, 2016

What Will You Grow Up To Be?



Alex brought this little cup home from his day program.
Looks like a marigold to me!
I wonder what color the blooms will be!

32 comments:

  1. Well it came home to the right place.
    I know you will nurture it and bloom like crazy for you and Alex.

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    1. They're pretty hardy...so I think we have a good chance!

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  2. Not your favourite colour, Grey . . lol
    I'll guess pink . . . . (to make the boys wink) . . :)

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    1. A pink marigold? Well, now...that would be a first! haha.

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    2. They exist . . . . I did wonder but I checked . . . . so there!!! . . . haha

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    3. Were they called maripinks?

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    4. Well . . . I did wonder but I checked it out and there are pink ones . . . hahaha

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    5. Yes, so you said! They sound pretty!

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    6. Sorry . . . blogger went funny and I thought my comment went into cyberspace (probably where it belongs haha) and then I saw it has come back . . .

      Maripinks . . . could be . . . and they look pretty too . . :)

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  3. When I saw it on fb..I was thinking tomato. How sweet....be sure and keep us posted.

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    1. Oooh...you might be right! haha....it's a mystery!

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  4. It does look like a marigold and I'll gues it will be orange. Just because I have orange ones growing beside my tomatoes.

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    1. I've heard that's a great pest deterant!

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    2. That's what I heard, too.

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  5. I predict yellow! (pretty safe bet, right?)

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    1. Yes, could be! Can't wait to see what it will be!

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  6. Oh I hope it makes it...with you watching over it I am sure it will Betsy! BTW, my aloe plant is doing great! They must be very hardy!!

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    1. I'm going to have to get one of those!

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  7. Hi Betsy - that's fun .. and so well done - could be yellow .. but they are great pest deterrents particularly I think with tomatoes ... but it will be tenderly loved - brilliant for Alex and for you both .. cheers Hilary

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    1. I might have to put it beside my tomatoes!

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  8. I will guess the red variety!

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    1. I do love those red ones with the variegated yellow...so pretty!

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  9. What if it stays green
    Will it not make a scene
    Maybe it would be blue
    Or some red too
    Could turn out pink
    Sure makes you think
    Or maybe just rhyme
    Could sprout a lime

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    1. Maybe it will be a rainbow of blooms
      that surely would not cause doom.
      One flower for each color
      each complimenting each other. ha.

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  10. My son Elliot loves Marigolds....me too!

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    1. They remind me of my childhood...my parents always planted them!

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  11. Should be a minor adventure waiting to see what you've got there...

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    1. Yeah, it's minor...but sometimes it's the little things, you know? :)

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  12. Aw so sweet! With you it would grow into something magnificent no matter what that is! Sorry for my late comments, the week was one of those you do not want to have!!! Arrrrggghhh .... lol. Thanks goodness for the weekend I feel like myself again and I do get the time to visit you!! :-) I hope you are having a lovely weekend too Betsy!

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  13. It doesn't matter what colour it is,eh??? ♥️
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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