Wednesday, August 11, 2010

 A hibiscus blossom in the outstretched hand of our granddaughter might not ever win a prize in a photo contest but seemed perfect for use on the blog. Much of this summer has been spent in our pool, staying cool and watching as she has improved her swimming skills. She is on the brink of a great dog paddle, and with two more months of pool time left that should be a lock by the time it takes Vikings to get into the water.

My dh loves to float hibiscus blossoms in the pool, and I've been known to tuck one behind an ear, silly ole bear that I am. She loves it when grandpa tosses them in. Here is a chance to offer a lovely blossom to you!


Primitives By The Light of The Moon said...

Now that is one cute little girl and a very pretty hibiscus bloom! Congratulations to her on doing so well with the dog paddling!!!

patijane's primitives said...

What a beautiful picture, Jo. Lots of memories in the making this summer for her.

Farm Girl said...

Lovely picture of your sweet granddaughter. Thank you for the saying by Khalil Gibran. I love things that make me think.
I spent the day with my grandsons and granddaughter too and it does make life worth living seeing life though their eyes.