Colorspots: Pink

I’m still banishing the January gray with little finds of color. I offer you the single blossom on my “pseudo-shamrock” plant. I don’t know what this plant really is, but it’s been here as long as we’ve lived in this home—10 years. It’s in front of this plant that we leave our little offerings to the leprechauns in March.

Sometimes the difference between being happy and being sad is in learning how to see.

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