Sunday, November 7, 2010

Joy and Cyclamen

Originally uploaded by mjbinut

Sometimes do you do a small thing and find it brings you joy?
Share here in a comment please, as we all appreciate ideas about adding beauty in a simple manner to our lives.
Yesterday I bought 2 red cyclamen plants and 2 green ceramic pots, and put the cyclamen in said pots.
They now reside on my south facing kitchen window sill where they lend a red glow to the kitchen, and lighten my mood each time I spy them.
For the price of 2 bouquets I got this longer lasting treat. I am also a fan of flower bouquets, I might add.
"Shout joyfully to the Lord, all the earth;
Break forth in song, rejoice and sing praises." Psalm 98:4


Jemi Fraser said...

Those are lovely - I need to pick up some flowers too.

I recently shared a song with my class that has been bringing me and them a lot of sunshine lately. It's been good :)

lakeviewer said...

They are early! Lovely to have indoors.

farmlady said...

When I have company overnight here I always make a little bouquet of flowers and herbs to set on the nightstand. Sometimes it's just a bunch of lavender but it shows that I'm glad they're here and it makes the room smell good... and it looks pretty.
"We can do no great things, only small things with great love."
~Mother Teresa~

Chatty Crone said...

They are so beautiful. sandie

Liane said...

I love cyclamen - they are so pretty. Sometimes just the glow of a little tea-light candle makes me smile....

Foxglove Spires said...

Such a beautiful plant which brings joy. Today I went exploring in the garden with my little princess to find hidden treasures... flowers blooming, beautiful butterflies and lady birds the smell of Spring and the beauty of the garden, these simple things bring such joy to our day.

Have a glorious week dear Terra. xxx

Francie...The Scented Cottage Studio said...

Fresh flowers when I can ... but like you a pretty plant that lasts and lasts is a good thing. What brings me joy.. feeding birds...we have a family of cardinals that visit us every year and I put out a scoop or two of birdseed. We get other birds too, but the cardinals are my favorite and are a sweet pleasure to me.(())

Zuzu said...

I love cyclamen! These are gorgeous.
Wishing you a lovely new week,
~ Zuzu

Together We Save said...

Oh those are so pretty!!

myletterstoemily said...

i love cyclamen and have been babying
a pair of pink ones in my window.

red sounds perfect for the holidays.

thank you for the great idea!

koralee said...

Oh my goodness...these would make me soooo and green...lovely.

Tuesday hugs my friend. xox

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

That's a good idea. The fall colors are at their best right now but I do like color indoors as well.

Mimi said...

thank you so much for popping over to say hi and letting me know you joined me via the sweet sweet lady Terry from her blog.
She inspires me everyday!!
I popped over and looked at your Christmas blog as well!!
Thanks for coming by!!
Have a blessed day

Marydon said...

Now that is a clever idea ... hadn't thought of this. I don't now where I'd put more, tho. Yours are beautiful.

Have a great eve ~
TTFN ~Hugs, Marydon

Kiki aka Victoria said...

Very beautiful..such dazzling beauty!

Annesphamily said...

Terra what a lovely idea! I love the glow of red during the holiday season especially. I like things that are simple yet make me happy. They bring so much joy. I appreciate you commenting and always keeping me company. Have a great week! Anne

Linda Yezak said...

You ask what small thing we've done brings us joy. For me this morning, it was dropping by here. Your love of plants and flowers always reminds me to bring more of them into my life.

Amrita said...

Terra dearesg. Thank you so much for your Christmas book. It is such a delightful book. I' ve just started reading it and I shall promote it on my blog.

God bless you.


Lovely flowers... I had one years ago, but no luck in growing it. Peace and blessings!

Town Mouse said...

Here's what's even better: Come spring, you can put the cyclamen in the ground, in a somewhat shady spot where they don't get a lot of water. They'll probably go summer dormant.

Come fall, you'll have a happy Cyclamen plant in your garden, bigger and better than before. They bloom until the next spring.

ShySongbird said...

Often the simplest things bring the most pleasure I find.

I love Cyclamen, such pretty and colourful flowers :)

Noelle said...

I do love Cyclamen. Last January I saw whole bunches planted in outside containers in Las Vegas - just beautiful!

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

lovely...nothing better than flowers for a pick-me-up.

makes the house to nice...

i am off to town...and flowers are on my list


myletterstoemily said...

i LOVE cyclamen, and yours is glorious!

it gives me joy to receive a sweet and
thoughtful comment like the one you
left today. :)

Mildred said...

Funny how something visually pleasing lifts our spirits or sometimes even a fragrance. Your flowers just pop with color and are so cheerful. Sometimes just the warm glow of a small lamp makes my spirits soar!