March 12, 2019

God Never Fails to Impress plus Goodbye Lie Diaries - Peeper

Dancing Girls

(Impatiens Bequaertii)

flowers that look like something else



Laughing Bumble Bee Orchid

(Ophrysbbomyblifora)

flowers that look like something else



Swaddled Babies

(AnguloaUniflora)

flowers that look like something else



Parrot Flower

(Impatiens Psittacina)

flowers that look like something else



Flying Duck Orchid

(Caleana Major)

flowers that look like something else



An orchid that looks remarkably

like a tiger

flowers that look like something else



Happy Alien

(Calceolaria Uniflora)

flowers that look like something else



And his friends…

flowers that look like something else



Angel Orchid

(Habenaria Grandifloriformis  )

flowers that look like something else



Dove Orchid Or Holy Ghost Orchid

(Peristeria Elata)

flowers that look like something else



White Egret Orchid

(Habenaria Radiata)

flowers that look like something else



The Darth Vader

(Aristolochia Salvadorensis)

flowers that look like something else



An Orchid That Looks Like A Ballerina

flowers that look like something else



Monkey Face Orchid

(Dracula Simia)

flowers that look like something else

Hooker’s Lips


(Psychotria Elata)

flowers that look like something else


Moth Orchid

(Phalaenopsis)

flowers that look like something else

What a wonderful world!

A friend sent these beautiful photos to me by email and I had to share. If anyone knows who created this email, please tell me at graciousjanemarie@yahoo
 and I will happilycredit them. đź‘Ť

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The Goodbye Lie Diaries


Peeper
Late 1800s
Fernandina on Amelia Island
Florida

Grandmother Peeper writes:   Them is some perty flowers there, Jane Marie. I hope whoever made them pictures steps forward sos they get the high praise they deserve.  Aunt Noreena, next door, keeps ordering them orchid flowers from somewheres about once ta year and once ta year she kills 'em dead.  She needs ta stick to plantin' weeds.  They will grow - even fur her.

(Peeper and Aunt Noreen, aka Noreena to Peeper, are recurring characters in my Goodbye Lie series.  Their constant, and often funny, squabbling has gone on for so long, nobody can remember who began the fussing. -jmm

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