Sunday, May 27, 2018

Flora and Phallus / Flora Y Falo

MY EYE IS doing great. San Geraldo has had it with domestic work (but it's not over yet). He's doing laundry today, and I finally got up the nerve to ask him to change the sheets. Meanwhile, there's lots of beauty for my eye(s) to enjoy right here on our terrace. Blooming succulents and cacti, one of which looked as phallic as anything San Geraldo could draw (click here) while it was budding.

MI OJO ESTÁ muy bien. San Geraldo lo ha tenido con el trabajo doméstico (pero aún no ha terminado). Está lavando ropa hoy, y finalmente me armé de valor para pedirle que cambiara las sábanas. Mientras tanto, hay mucha belleza para mi ojo(s) para disfrutar aquí en nuestra terraza. Suculentas y cactus en flor, uno de los cuales parecía tan fálico como cualquier cosa que San Geraldo pudiera dibujar (haz clic aquí) mientras estaba en ciernes.


CLICK THIS IMAGE TO GET A CLOSE LOOK AS IT NEARS CLIMAX.
HAZ CLIC EN ESTA IMAGEN PARA VERLA DE CERCA, YA QUE SE ACERCA AL CLÍMAX.




I MISSED THE ABUNDANCE OF FLOWERS ON THIS CACTUS.
ME PERDÍ LA ABUNDANCIA DE LAS FLORES EN ESTE CACTUS.

22 comments:

  1. cactus plants blooming are always interesting. do the flowers have a scent or not? will they bloom every year?

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    1. anne marie:
      No scent on any of these -- that I'm aware of. And they SHOULD bloom every year with luck and with the love and attention they get from Jerry (the farmer).

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  2. Ooooh, plant porn! Nice way to start the week!

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    1. Deedles:
      We've got it every day of the week.

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  3. Buds, swollen with potential.

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    1. Wilma:
      That sounds like part of a haiku.

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    1. Debra;
      I can agree. Jerry does all the transplanting (and he can agree, too).

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  5. I'm slowing falling in love with blooming cactus thanks to you and my friend Parsnip in Arizona. They're so offbeat and beautiful! :)

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    1. Jennifer:
      I'v always loved them. We had success in Southern California but never at this level. We used to love to walk the desert in early spring. Nothing gray and drab about it!

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  6. Your plants are always so beautiful. You must have plant magic !

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Parsnip:
      We both love plants and have always had lots of them. The plants are Jerry's responsibility here and he's so diligent.

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  7. These are loving the Mediterranean sun! Beautiful!

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    1. Jim:
      They do love it here and they love the attention from jerry.

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  8. how often do you change the sheets?

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    1. Spo:
      On my own, I would do it every week or two (I don't know why i find it to be such a pain). This has been more than 3 weeks!

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  9. Glad to read you're doing better! Any time someone else changes the sheets is a good time.

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    1. Walt the Fourth:
      It still hasn't happened...

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    1. Travel:
      We do an inspection several times a day. Always uplifting.

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