Saturday, May 3, 2008

FedEx Came Today!

Front: Fireball, Left: Mo Peppa Please, Right: Rosi Fireball



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Julie said...

OMG!!!!! Vickie, they are gorgeous!!!!! Drop dead gorgeous! You picked wonderful ones! I can't wait to see the pics when you get them planted!!!
I am gonna have to go to their site and have a look around now...maybe I can start a Bromeliad world under my Sapodilla tree in the backyard! That would give me more reason to go out there!

My LIttle Family: said...

Julie in my neighborhood there are oak trees where folks plant a few around the base of the tree years ago and now they are about a 3ft wide ring around the tree and some even growing up the tree. new neighbors moved into one of the houses like this and RIPPED THEM ALL OUT!!!! Plus, they must have thrown them in trash bags because they were nowhere to be seen/scavanged. Luckily, there are still the common area trees with bromeliads under them.

Zoya, Patrick, Nora and Stuart said...

Hi Vickie,

I've been meaning to get back to you---:)
About the kids in the Easter Egg hunt photo-
Sven's kids are in it. Eilidh is on the top row on the right and Isabella is one row down on the left-with the hat on. Eilidh is 5 and Isabella is 2. Fun, Eh?!
How is your foot? Do you have plantar fasciitis?
Thinking of you!
Zoya :)

Julie said...

Oh, this is sad regarding the Bromeliads being ripped out and trashed! What we could have done with those!!!!!
Hey...hope your foot will be OK. Try hanging the back of your foot off of a step...just put your toes on the step and hang your heel down lower, and just sort of hang there like that. It fixed my foot. Did I already tell you this? I can't remember. They had taped my foot, given me injections of cortisone, and finally a splint I slept with (which kept my foot in the same position as hanging it down off of a step) worked! Now, I just do it for good measure all the is a miracle!

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