Monday, October 4, 2010


This little beauty is the new member of our African Violets' family. She bloomed a few days after someone nice gave her to my mother.

We're about to move to another house in few months. These days I look around and catch the things I am sure I will miss so much. I was fourteen when we moved here and well there are so many small or big things I like a lot about here.
This is not just the moving.
Change is always something not very easy for me. And when yesterday I read this post I thought : yes it can totally be new chances, new beginnings and well being positive is always so good. So I am trying to be positive and looking forward to my future. Because this is that chapter of life that things change.

I didn't get time to tell you about my health program. It went well. It's still going well. I haven't lost weight yet but I feel much lighter. And fresher.

This one is mine. And when I say "mine" I mean I really feel like her mother. Can you see those teeny tiny leaves? Those are pure happiness! I can't wait till this baby gets grown and makes flowers! 

Hope you're fine and enjoying a lovely October day!



Caroline said...

I love your way with words!! I am not so good when comes to change at first ... but some of the changes in my life that I made that bugged me at first are now some of the best changes I've ever made. Love this sweet place of yours!! XO

Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

I enjoyed reading your post on African violets and I can relate to the pure happiness one feels upon seeing little leaves sprouting! I've enjoyed growing violets for many years and was first introduced to them as a teenager by my grandmother. I recently posted some pics of mine on my blog:

Thanks again for this lovely post.

The Daily Poster said...

I don't want to be a drab or anything but... we moved at the beginning of summer which is about 4 months now, even though this place is much bigger than the previous place (I have my own room) and it's in a rather more quiet neighborhood I still haven't gotten used to it, it just doesn't feel like home, haven't found myself in it at all... don't know if it will get any better...

Anonymous said...

What a gorgeous post. Words, pictures, all of it!

poet said...

Hi, it's always so good to read your posts and enjoy the beautiful pictures... I feel that I comment way too seldom. Anyway, I've given you a Versatile Blogger Award! Good luck with the move!


likeschocolate said...

Hope all goes well with your move. Good luck!

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julochka said...

my grandmother always had african violets and whenever i see them, i think of her. i think i'll get some new violets tomorrow. they'll make me think of both her and you. and that will be bliss.