When Leaves Are the Size of Mouse Ears

I was out on a walk recently, in quest of little babies. These are only a sampling of what I found here at our home.

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Baby blossoms on the holly bushes. They mature to small berries that will turn from green to red; so beautiful for Christmas decorations.

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Baby oak tree leaves.

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Baby pears.

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A baby red wasp.

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A baby apple blossom, arranged so beautifully by the Creator.

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A baby dandelion, the perfect size for a fried dandelion sandwich.

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A baby boysenberry blossom bud. (Betcha cant say that.)

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Ever heard of walking onions? This baby onion is just learning to walk. Or dance. (Sometimes they get too big for their britches. )

Now below are some of our elderly around here: (we honor them too. )

Let me present unto you Swiss Chard and Kale, the home folks who’ve been residing in the garden since the glorious days of fall.

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