May the purr be with you
- Dec 22, 2005
Yeah, for me it is the whole diabetes thing. You can do well for so long and then suddenly go haywire, so it creates a lot of anxiety and higher blood pressure, if I don’t know the results. . Fortunately, my usual results this time.I do the same thing when I see my doctor for my annual physical. I get labs a week before so I can discuss it with the dr. if there's any problem or concerns. Glad you made it home safely.
I love it!
I think that’s what I called it at first but I don’t typically keep indoor plants so I didn’t know really. The tag says lightly mist once a week and medium light.I think that might be an air plant
I want that!!! where did you buy it
Lowes! It was in a display when we were walking in the doors. The brand is Live Trends. Let me see if the link works: Kitty Claus- Tillandsia in 1-Pack https://www.lowes.com/pd/LiveTrends/5013272069I want that!!! where did you buy it
And the tag answered my question; its a Tillandsia. It’s pretty small. Maybe it will get bigger and fluffier? It doesn’t have the little points of an aloe and its more flexible. Google says there are around 650 species!The air plants I used to get were much 'fluffier' than this plant. I am wondering if it is Aloe Vera? It is indeed a succulent-- what type, I do not know. It reminds me of some type of cactus.
Sorry to be posting again right after my own post, but I finished my latest painting about 10 minutes ago. The glare is pretty bad because it is still wet; however, you should be able to get an idea of what it looks like.We had a storm come through with mammantus clouds that were stunning. I used it as my inspiration.
"I Couldn't Hide from the Thunder" is the second in the "Sky Full of Song" series.
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