Jan 152013
 
After weeks of having to take it easy due to pains and pregnancy problems, I have finally made it back on the road again. This week I have walked to the Y, the hospital, Kohl’s the playground and much much more, and so I’ve finally been able to check out the beautiful South Florida January blooms.
 
Pink hibiscus
 
 
pink hibiscus
 
Pink flower
 
 
yellow hibiscus
 
 
 
 
 
red hibiscus
 
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  17 Responses to “The Wordless Wednesday Linky: South Florida In Bloom”

  1. Beautiful!! I wish we had flowers here in January…. ok, better yet, I wish for a vacay South!!
    :)

    Tammi
    My Organized Chaos

  2. beautiful captures of the flowers!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

  3. Beautiful flowers :-)

    Have a fantabulous week ;-)

  4. They are so lovely, such vivid colors.

  5. These flowers are so beautiful. Thanks for hosting.

  6. Beautiful Photo! Enjoy your WW.

  7. I love flowers <3 Beautiful captures!

  8. Gorgeous captures! The hibiscus is our national flower!

    Happy WW!

  9. I remember those! :) Danica

  10. Oh those so make me think of warmer weather…lovely shots!

    Happy WW!:-)

  11. Such pretty photos! I love Florida and hibiscus flowers are always nice.

  12. Glad you’re up and about again – love the pictures!

  13. Ha, everything is frozen stiff here in AZ

  14. Such lovely colors. I can’t wait for winter to head out so I can see beautiful flowers in my garden once again.

  15. Beautiful Pictures! I enjoyed your WW Post. I am new to WW but wanted to hop around and say hi to some fellow WW Bloggers. I hope that you will take a peek and visit my blog too! Have a nice weekend!

  16. Oh, love the photos. I needed a dose of Florida sunshine! I was just explaining to someone this morning that I can’t wait to live where I have flowers all year long and green grass and trees! It makes such a difference in how a person feels. I look out now and see dead trees, plants and grass….brown, brown and more brown. Ugh.

    So, you are feeling okay? How many days until D-day?

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