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Thank you, for being out there for me.....xoxo Bunny Jean
This post was originally shared in October of 2009, when I lived in Texas.
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I wanted to share these sweet little birdie dishes,
you have to know by now that I LOVE birdies!
But I got distracted,
not an uncommon occurrence for me.
That in fact... is my M.O.
Have you ever noticed something in a photo
that you never noticed before?
I do have the Birdie Dishes to show you,
but most of the afternoon was spend
tending to my indoor garden!
Everyone knows that outside, in nature, moss grows on the North side of trees. Well it seems that there is some 'nature' happening inside too...
DUST grows on the North side of the silk plants. I consider North to be at the top... and East is on my right, and South is... well you get the picture.
I only mention this because dust has been "growing" on the North side of my silk Foxglove plant. When I first noticed this I thought... cute, just the realistic touches that were meant to be there... like the cute moss on the pot.
Apparently NOT. This was brought to my attention after my daughter read (yes, she read my blog) about my "Fall Dish Collection" and made an observation.
She mentioned there was dust on the leaves. I said it was just 'fuzzy leaves'. Foxgloves really do have fuzzy leaves.
But then a few days later I was taking pictures for this post when a "little birdie" told me... "There really is dust on the leaves."
I was in the middle of my "photo shoot" when
I zoomed in on the little bird house...
and there it was...d.u.s.t.
Yes, I could see the dust. Fine.
Well I needed to get it off, without removing the
"fuzzy texture" that is supposed to me on the leaves.
Well... I can't wipe them off with a damp cloth, that would definitely remove the fuzz. The only alternative is to vacuum, carefully, the North side (top) of the leaves.