Thursday, August 4, 2016

LOOK! Look at ME!


While I walked around and around the pool deck for morning excercise, the sun pointed and said to me
                                     "Look! look at the red hibiscus, do you see it?"
 

The sun pointed out several things and they will be coming soon....If  I seem to be missing once in a while, I am deep in learning all the ins and outs of gmail. I am not one to set up a new email and just use it, I want to know what it does and is capable of... My email has changed, the new one is
available in my About Me Profile Just look to your left. .


19 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I love the hibiscus blooms. Pretty shots. I may change my cable email to a new gmail account. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

jandi said...

These are striking! Very beautiful! One certainly can't ignore the red hibiscus...

Ginny Hartzler said...

I love the sun on all this, and the multi colored leaves! The hibiscus is beautiful! So funny that we both posted hibiscus today!! I am the same way you are with e-mail; I want to know everything! Then I promptly forget it ALL.

Inger said...

Such a gorgeous flower. And I love Jake in the post below. How great that you will be a g-mail expert soon. I have no idea what it does. I need to shape up when it comes to my devices and their apps.

Dory and the Mama said...

I just love hibiscus!! Especially the red flowers!!

Mildred said...

Beautiful color in the bloom. I love when the sun highlights something beautiful for us to see.

Ann said...

You and Ginny both have pretty hibiscus today. Love this one. Have fun learning your email.

TexWisGirl said...

flashy beauty.

Gail said...

Beautiful!!! Somewhat different from the type I have.

Ruth Hiebert said...

The Hibiscus is beautiful.Have fun learning.I have used nothing but gmail,since I started with a computer and really like it.Don't ask me to explain it,but I know it works.

Linda said...

I have gmail and yahoo email accounts. One for blogging and one for everything else.
Learning new stuff is not easy but worth the effort!

Madi and Mom said...

OHHHHHHHHHHHHHH we love the photos of the Red Hibiscus bathed in sunlight
Hugs madi and mom

HOOTIN ANNI said...

I am not one to use email much....so, just go in and open to read what interests me [family emails and Amazon orders]...then, I'm deleting the spam and signing out.

I'd much rather blog and visit.

We too have a couple of these hybrid hibiscus. This year, they're LOADED with blooms.

carolann said...

To grow them in your yard is pretty Special. Beautiful.
My son painted one with air-brush for me many moons ago. One of my fav flowers and you have them in your yard. Lucky Ducky Sandra.

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Always love a hibiscus flower. I'm happy we finally have some at this house. I really like the variegated leaves.

photowannabe said...

The morning light is perfect for pointing out things we would miss otherwise.
Sometimes it points out the cob webs and dust on the table too....which I try to ignore until I have had my morning coffee.
Thanks for the compliment on my hat.
I love or shall I say loved it.
It's gone to the Great Hat Place in the sky.
It was a foldable hat with a bendable plastic rim.
Took it everywhere because I could stuff it in my purse and pull it out when needed.
The hat finally would not bend into shape any longer.
So it went bye bye. Never found another one like it.

Mevely317 said...

HERE you are, Sandra! :)
I've always been sort of ambivalent about (most) flowers but the joy my mother took in her hibiscus is pretty unforgettable.

Fast-forward a decade + 2:
Assuming they only did 'good' in a tropical atmosphere, imagine my surprise one Thanksgiving morning when I stepped out back and spotted a solitary, vivid-red hibiscus peeking out of a nearby bush. My first thought? "Mom's come to visit from Heaven."

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

There's a couple of these lovely red blooms even here in NH in the floral arrangements planted in containers outside the mill apt entrances. I agree that they are lovely. Kudos to you, Sandra, for taking the time to learn all about Gmail and maybe you will have some helpful tips to share?

diane b said...

Bright and beautiful. Good luck with your email account.