It’s One Word Sunday once again, and this week, Debbie’s theme is ‘Pink’. The Seedlings are on their way out now, but every time I look at them there is always a new flower that has opened. They have been a remarkable surprise this year, those little Seedlings have!

A few days ago, I spotted this blood red flower, all by itself apart from one of the pink flowers a little way behind it. I knew that this week’s theme was going to be ‘Pink’, but I used one of the pink Seedlings for my interpretation of ‘Wet’ last week, so didn’t want to use another one of those… I saw this and thought it would be a good compromise. The pink element has been fulfilled, if only as a splash of background colour, and this little flower now gets to live on forever more! And it has a subtle link to my Hallowe’en theme for this month as well!


Posted by Tom Merriman

A future writer living in the present day

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  1. Enjoy the little surprises …they will not last much longer

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    1. True, Beverly… but we still get the off surprise even now! 😀

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  2. what a beautiful and interesting little flower surprise!

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    1. Totally unexpected, Jodi!

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  3. The pink works well as a background colour, and the red one is great with all its detail.
    My One Word is really only there for inspiration, so I’m more than happy with this interpretation Tom

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    1. Thanks, Debbie. Sometimes, my responses to your themes are a bit ‘out there’… but I’m pleased this one is allowed! 😀

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  4. Nature’s beautiful gifts my friend, only to fade when the year is done – until the next generation! 🙂

    God Bless!

    Prenin.

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    1. Indeed, Prenin… and at this rae, they’ll be back sooner than we think! 😀 It’s almost Spring!!! 😀

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