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A Bit of Spring in January

I did a post sometime back about my favorite place to sit and write in my house.  The photos here were taken in that room. The photo above is a recent picture of one of the Coleus starts that I took from my plants in the yard just before the weather got too cold for them. 

I’ve mentioned before that this room is a favorite of mine because of the beautiful light that it gets.  Apparently, my plants agree with me!  

You would think that it’s Spring instead of the middle of winter, in January, from the way my plants are acting.  

These starts are in water right now, but will be planted into pots with soil and transferred back out to my yard in the spring.  

When my plants are happy, it makes me very happy.  What a gift these beauties have given me!  

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Penny Wilson is a freelance writer who writes in several genres. She has written articles for WOW Women on Writing. Her poetry has been published in online journals, such as Ariel Chart, Spill Words Press and the Poppy Road Review. Penny is a member of the Austin Poetry Society. Her poetry has been featured in the publication America's Emerging Poets 2018 & 2019 by Z Publishing and Poets Quarterly and Dual Coast Magazine published by Prolific Press. Penny is an advocate for Mental Health Awareness and has the page "Mental Health Help" on her blog. She writes about the struggles of mental illnesses and Depression. She is passionate about spreading awareness for Suicide Prevention and Domestic Abuse. She expresses her passion through her writings of poetry and life experiences. You can find more of her writings on her blog at https://pennywilsonwrites.com/ and follow her on Twitter @pennywilson123.

15 thoughts on “A Bit of Spring in January

  1. I absolutely love a light-soaked room, and your plants look beautiful—and happy! How wonderful that you bring them inside for the winter, nurture them and any new babies, then transplant them back outside in the spring.

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