Falling In Love With Morning Glories

I fall in love with morning glories each time a new bloom opens.
I fall in love with morning glories each time a new bloom opens.

It might sounds cheesy to say I fall in love with a flower, but I truly feel inspired every time I see a new morning glory bloom. These flowers are simple enough for anyone to grow in their backyard, and the plants do not need much tending. Below are some morning glory photographs I have captured over the last few days.

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There is also a short video you can watch of a purple morning glory, if you are so inclined.

Y Is For The Question: Do You See The Two White Morning Glories?

Today the letter Y is for the question: do you see the two whitemorning glories? What things do you see when you look out the window? Do you see morning glories? This morning I spotted these two amazing white morning glories swaying in the wind, so I captured this moment in time.

Do you see the two white morning glories?
Do you see the two white morning glories?

In the video below you can actually see the petals of the white morning glories swaying in the wind. Southern California has many gusty days such as this one, and the morning glories handled the blustery weather quite well.

M Is For Méiguī Huā

Today the letter M is for méiguī huā, which is the Chinese word for rose. I spotted some roses on a bike ride the other day, and I wondered if there was word for rose in another language that started with M. Google told me that the Romanticized Chinese spelling of rose is méiguī huā, and in Chinese characters it is 玫瑰花.

The Romanticized word for rose is Méiguī.
The Romanticized Chinese word for rose is Méiguī.

Below is a video I made of a bee that was navigating his way around the roses.