You know, I don’t have a particularly green thumb. Sure, people who know me would think I have one given how incredibly green my office space is but that doesn’t mean I have a green thumb because I really don’t know what I’m doing. I water my plants occasionally and that’s about it. A number of those plants are either cast offs or plants I’ve chosen to save from the garbage pin.
Green thumb? Nope. Kindhearted towards plants? Yes.
Well, I have this one plant. I don’t know what it is and I saved it from a fellow pal. By the time I took over the plant half of it was gone but I was determined to save the other half.
That was about a year ago.
Then this happened recently.
I couldn’t tell if it was a new plant limb or if it was perhaps a flower. The plant used to have little orange flowers on it, not big orange ones like this.
When I took a closer look it almost looked like a cross between the green leaves of the plant and an orange blossom.
The green leafy part actually just transitioned into an orange colour. I stared at it for days. Fascinating really. Whatever it is, the plant is alive and well and delivered quite the little surprise!
Things to do: look for little surprises in your daily life. Who knows what you might discover!
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