Red Rose, Red Pepper & I Just Wanna Stop ♬♬ Gino Vannelli

Hello readers

It was late November when I saw these beautiful roses outside of our local grocery store.

And yes, I paused to smell the roses -Also, grabbed a couple of photos

I got down low for this shot.

Late last summer, I also paused when found this rose-colored pepper hiding on a small pepper plant that grew on its own in the peppermint container.

 

Gardening (even if just with containers) can bring so many good feelings and tasty surprises
Mmmm –

 

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Closing song, thanks to blogger JS for sharing this old jam ♬ ♬ a few weeks ago:

 

I Just Wanna Stop by Gino Vannelli 

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 Sunday Stills “rosy red

One Word Sunday “feeling

And if you want more roses and feelings combined  – check out Inese Poga’s 2017 post titled “How does it feel to become a rose?”

 

 

 

Hope you have a great day 

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24 thoughts on “Red Rose, Red Pepper & I Just Wanna Stop ♬♬ Gino Vannelli

    1. hi cindy – yes A brought that pepper indoors – along with a few other goodies that day. it was such a surprise to see it hiding there
      hope your day is going great 😉

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    1. HI Terri – it really is nice to pause along the way – and reminds me that the stores that take care of their landscape (whoever is n charge) it really can offer some beauty to have plants and shrubs and not just white stone – even tho rocks have a nice look too

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  1. Hey Y! You are making me SMILE!! Love the flowers and the red pepper, and will continue my container garden soon this year! I too stop to smell the roses, any where I see them! 🤠❤️

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  2. A few years ago we had a very rainy Fall and every weekend I kept putting off cutting down the roses, while hoping for better weather. We had a snowfall in early November and I did a post entitled “Jack Frost nipping at your rose.” The snow and ice were dripping off the rose buds and petals – such a pretty sight to behold, but it didn’t do wonders for the rose bushes which didn’t rally back 100% the next Spring. This song by Gino Vanelli I remember well.

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