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Wednesday, 24 June 2020

Update On My One And Only Air Plant

Hubby and I didn't go for morning walk yesterday morning (98th day MCO) because I had a date with my girlfriend. It is the time of the month that my girlfriend and I make a point to go out to pay our bills and had breakfast together.
Sunrise at 7:32 am
My girlfriend came to pick me up at about 8.30 am.
After we have finished paying all our bills and etc., we both had pan mee (noodle) for breakfast. This is one of my favourite noodles.
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Update on my one and only air plant.
As I was watering my plants, I noticed that my air plant is flowering again. I bought a single air plant from the plant nursery and posted about it in August 2018. If you are interested, you can click here to read the post.
From one mother plant, it has multiplied into many 3 baby plants called air plant pups. The mother plant is the smallest in size and the pups are very much bigger than the mother plant. So far, I haven't tried separating the pups from the mother plant. As you can see from the above picture, 2 air plant pups have flowered.
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Dinner
I was busy clearing my front porch area and was too tired to cook dinner.
Hubby went out to the nearby shop to buy fried rice.
I blanched the green veggie which a friend gave to us. I have finished the garlic oil, so I used extra virgin olive oil and oyster and soy sauce.
Simple and filling dinner for 2 people.


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His every word is a treasure of knowledge and understanding.

He grants good sense to the godly - his saints.

He is their shield, protecting them and guarding their pathway.

He shows how to distinguish right from wrong,

how to find the right decision every time.

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filling your life with joy.

(Proverbs 2:6-10, The Living Bible-TLB)

50 comments:

  1. Rice is very filling dinner. Wow, your air plant is so colourful. I don't dare to have air plants because my friends' air plants all did not survive at all after some time. How do you grow them so well? Do you just lightly sprinkled them with water?

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    1. I hang the air plant under the porch. As I water my plants daily, I spray water on the air plant as well.

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  2. Wow! What an amazing plant! I have never seen it before :)

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  3. Your air plant is quite unique and colorful. So nice that it has multiplied. I like the egg in your pan mee, perfectly poached.

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  4. Hello dear Nancy!
    What a beautiful flower is the air plant. I have never seen before this plant!
    Like your breakfast meal and i love your delicious dinner!
    Have a happy day! Stay safe!
    Dimi...

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  5. Had totally forgotten about air-plants, they are marvellous living things, yours is looking spiffy.

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  6. ...air plants are amazing!

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  7. The air plants are beautiful!

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  8. The air is clean and plants also flourish.

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  9. Beautiful air plant and a joy to see that is has reproduced.

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    1. I may get one more air plant to add to it.

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  10. Your air plant is a very interesting and different type of plant. I've never seen any plant before.


    Cruisin Paul

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  11. I love the plant, but the food took over this post. Yummy.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Nancy. ♥

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  12. You always have such nice photos of your plants. I have never seen an air plant like that here in Hawaii. How unique and interesting!

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    1. Thank you, Gigi. This is one of many types of air plants.

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  13. we sometimes cook fried rice...fresh and delicious....

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  14. I have had air plants, and they never flowered. What are you doing to them?? They are gorgeous!

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    1. I didn't do much, I just sprayed it with water every time I watered the plants.

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  15. The air plant is beautiful. I have never seen anything like them before.

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  16. What a great plant to have around! It looks gorgeous, as does your food.

    I'm glad you are a part of 'My Corner of the World' this week! Thanks for linking up.

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  17. yummy pan mee….it has been some time since I last had one!

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  18. Oh, I miss the panmee, Nancy! we must go one day!

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  19. I love rice but have a daughter who can't standit

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    1. I love rice too but cutting down on the intake of rice.

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  20. Muy bonitas las plantas. Besitos.

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  21. Very pretty with those flowers. I didn't know air plants even produced flowers.

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  22. You not only hv green fingers, you are so good with air plants too. The fried rice looks good.

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