Do you remember that morning when a cotton tail rabbit came up to you out of nowhere for the very first time?
The was a rabbit in that first picture you can’t see. They stared at each other for about 30 seconds.
Early in the morning, watering and tending to the potted hydrangeas he gave to his mother for Mother’s Day – Hydrangeas are native to Eastern China, Japan and Korea. We love them in Texas!
The colors are influenced by the metals present in the soil. According to some, as the following article (linked below) writes, the colors convey meaningful human feelings:
Pink hydrangeas are popular everywhere, but especially in Asia where they have several symbolic meanings, the most poetic being, “You are the beat of my heart.” The celebrated Asian florist Tan Jun Yong was quoted as saying, “The delicate blush of the petals reminds me of a beating heart, while the size could only match the heart of the sender!”
I don’t think the boy’s mother cares particularly what color the flowers are, she simply feels happy she sees them everyday. She’s tickled to death that her son wants to look after them – ha!