It is the time of the year when my grandma’s cactus blooms.
The Fabriano paper was doing its weirdness;
I added other colors to the mix and saved the background!
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I think it looks beautiful.
This just reminded me of my mom’s Christmas cactus. For her, it bloomed from Thanksgiving until February, maybe. Thanks for the memory!
I have such great memories of Mimi’s cactus which was HUGE, and lived on the ranch house porch. We took cuttings of hers and grew our own… And hers also bloomed from Thanksgiving until Easter.
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