My flower this week isn't real but since it is pretty I want to share it anyway. I took this shot when we went to the furniture store and bought our kid's bunkbed.
I also would like to share this lucky bamboo that a blogger friend gave me when she visited our humble abode on my son's birthday. Thank you very much to the author of Worth's Road. Please visit her blog of this lovely lady by clicking the badge below.
May this plant bring me goodluck this year bakla, thanks a lot. I haven't had a lucky bamboo before so I am so grateful with your thoughtfulness Shy!
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Sana daming lucky lucky charm natin sa lucky bamboo nato ano bakla. I love lucky bamboo, kung malapit lng bahay ni bayot at lulu at ibang mga prenchip sa blogworl bibigyan ko rin sila nito para madami tayo yayaman waaaaaaaaaa. nytnyt ko bakla. bukas nalng ako visit other mansions mo.mwah!ReplyDelete
Napakagaganda naman nung mga bamboo plants na yan, very srtistic ang pagkaka arrange. Parang gawa nang mga hapon o koreano. Maganda talagang maging indoor plants ang bamboos lalo na yung Japanese bamboo. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.ReplyDelete
musta na? thanks sa visit. that is such a nice bamboo. very unique ang growth niya. first time to have seen something like that. u gotta to be lucky sis.
I like lucky bamboo but have never been able to keep one for very long. I hope you have greater success!ReplyDelete
Such a thoughtful and loving friend. Keep the luck coming!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your vist. We have this plant at home too, it's always a pretty deco! Have a nice week!ReplyDelete
That's a beautiful artificial orchid. If you hadn't told us it wasn't real, I never would have know. Also, the lucky bamboo is a lovely gift.ReplyDelete
I love how bamboo twists itself into interesting forms!ReplyDelete
Beautiful bamboo, it is said to bring fortune...wish it would, LOL.ReplyDelete
This is a wonderful plant. Those spirals are really neat.ReplyDelete
The orquid isn't real, but is very pretty, as the real bamboo.ReplyDelete
Good week, dear!
Ay ang ganda Rose...type ko...heheReplyDelete
awh.. i really like the orchids!!! hmmm, but i much prefer the white ones, they are my favorite!!ReplyDelete
Love the neatly trained bamboo.ReplyDelete
wow...what big lucky plants you got there! ;)ReplyDelete
im back! finally;) and u'r amongst the 8 i am tagging for this http://at-a-blink.blogspot.com/2010/01/eminent-eights-tagmines-not-really-in.html
Love the way the bamboo is curving!ReplyDelete
Ayy lucky ba yan? meron kasi ako nyan! hindi ko alam anong name pero nagustuhan ko lng the way it looks.. heheheReplyDelete
They are so cute...
So thoughtful and sweet of Shy! :DReplyDelete
the friendship that you both have is more than enough to say, lucky!!!ReplyDelete
Have great week.