What does reward mean to you?
“Beginning in itself has no value, it is an end which makes beginning meaningful, we must end what we begun.”
― Amit Kalantri
Last year, I worked on a crochet project for my niece.The idea was to make her something that I would think would be her! The inspiration came from this:
I only had about 3 weeks to complete this project!
With the help of my daughter we managed to finish it in time!
The biggest reward was to see her face when she
received her blanket!
Geranium (Pelargonium x hortorum)
Geraniums are popular annual garden plants which are upright, round, and grow one to two feet in height. Leaves are opposite, simple, have serrate margins, and are two to four inches long. When crushed, a geranium leaf has a spicy scent. Flowers are in rounded umbels four to six inches across. The individual flowers have five petals. They can be red, pink, salmon, or white.
Geraniums are able to withstand some dryness. In fact, it is important not to over-water them, especially cuttings and young plants. To avoid root rot, water them only when the soil around them begins to dry out. Watch those geraniums in clay containers in the hot sun. They are likely to dry out faster than those in the garden. If possible water by hand or drip system to avoid wetting the blossoms. They deteriorate quickly when soaked.
After geranium plants flower, remove faded flower heads, their stems and any yellowed leaves promptly. Regularly pinch or cut back long stems to encourage the plant to become bushy and compact.
I would like to thank Tree from Conversations Around the Tree
for inviting me to participate in the 5 Day Black & White photo challenge.
The rules are simple:
1) post a black & white photo daily for 5 days (probably the reason for the name of the challenge!)
2) Invite someone different to participate each day. (because no one wants to play alone!)
For Day 5 I am excited to invite not one, but two bloggers!
Ritva’s Art – Photography
She is a student of life; that sees beauty in nature, people and the world around her, small details and complete view. She does not limit herself to one medium, style, or concept.
As well as
This is a blog where he posts photographs and hosts the Friday Greens Meme
Go and check out their blogs…you will not be disappointed.