Last Photo – Sept. 2020

Mexican Petunias in full bloom in the front yard is the last photo taken with my IPhone in September.
Mexican Petunias in the front yard.

I cheated just a bit. You’ve already seen the last photo on my phone for September which was the Bee Kind decal on my car that I added to the first square for Becky’s October squares. I didn’t want to post that again, so I posted this which is the next to the last photo on my phone and was on the same day just before taking the Bee Kind photos. You get my overrun Mexican Petunias!

Same photo cropped with the butterfly more prominent. Got lost in the main photo.

In response to Brian at bushboys world “Last Photo” Photo Challenge – September.

Also for Cee’s Flower of the Day!

22 Comments on “Last Photo – Sept. 2020

    • Thanks! They are very aggressive and will take over everywhere if you don’t have them constrained. These are actually starting to burst out of their beds right now. They will get trimmed back this week. I will try to participate each month. It’s a fun challenge! πŸ™‚

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      • It’s a dry erase board that is a 5 week calendar that I put in the days of each month. I have written in the squares upcoming blogs I want to write. Monday this…Tuesday that. If there is a theme, I write it in so I know what’s coming up. Bird weekly is put up there 4-5 weeks in advance. It helps me stay organized & if I run across a photo that would match something coming up, I can look at my board. 😊

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      • I have to be organized or I can’t function very well. I’ve stopped working on my novel to get my Etsy shop going. I’m hoping to get up all the holiday items by the end of October so I can get back to my novel. The blog is my relaxing time, but event that has to be organized or I wouldn’t get a thing written. πŸ™‚ Maybe you just inspired me to write a blog about it. πŸ™‚

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      • Yes it’s time to make a bit of cash as people will spend a bit for Christmas. I love to be inspiring just do it!! As for “the great novel” one day…..I just read about someone who took forty years to write theirs

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