Fritillaria Imperialis

It’s kind of obvious now, at least to me, that when I fall for something or someone I fall totally, deeply, tremendously. I fall with my heart and soul and there is no grey zone.  In the education I give to my kids, I try to encourage them to be passionate, to do things 100% no matter what. Go for it, give it all. Don’t you mind about what others think, let your heart guide you and enjoy.

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So when I saw this flower this morning at my favorite florist, I did not hesitate and I bought it right away.  After a quick search in my dear “Most Beautiful Flowers” book from Pierre-Joseph Redouté I can tell you that it is a Fritillaria Imperialis and I must say that its name fits it perfectly, don’t you think? It could belong to a Marry Poppin’s formula.

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What a beauty!! And yes, I fell totally, deeply, tremendously for this object of my desire. My first reaction was, what a special bird we have here! I loved right away its fluffy crazy look.

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Back home, I took the time to observe it and appreciate it even more.The shape, the lines, the structure, the superb colours.

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So keep this name in mind, Fritillaria Imperialis!

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May you all have a joyful weekend.

Love,

Carole

Ps: This article was written while listening to Jim Hall’s album Concierto

 

Words and images all rights reserved Carole Rey