Sunday, August 23, 2009

Passionflower


Passionflower A beautiful and exotic looking vine. Named by seventeenth century Jesuit priests from Spain and Italy. It is native to the United States and is growing in the back field and it is so beautiful that to destroy it might make one feel sinful.

4 comments:

  1. Oh Marilyn, I love it. Can I do a post about it? It will put your blog out there and folks I am blogging with will check it out. There is a technique that enables you to put a blog link within your post so that one can just click right there and go to your post. I got a few friends on facebook, but that is not my genre. I am going to look at Shannon's pictures though. I can tell you about a way to put your signature on each post it you want to.
    QMM

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  2. Dear Ima, leave me a comment when you get back on. I am so excited I don't know what to do. I ran into a friend at Nazareth last night who wants to do a blog. We might get us a little community here.
    QMM

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  3. The pssionflower is very pretty! Peggy told me about your blog --off to visit your art blog!

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  4. Thanks for all the comments. I am just learning so I hope you will check back again to see how I grow (pun intended).

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