Saturday, March 10, 2012

Flower World USA

It was pretty quiet at Flower World this morning. The primroses were some of the most colorful offerings for sale there.




 The orchids had a soft beauty in the crowd free aisles 




4 comments:

Ernie Martinez said...

Buenos dias Luna muy bonita las photos.Very beautiful photos am a huge fan of orchids used to help my grandmother with hers.My aunt has the orchids now since she too old to take carevof them.Hows the movie script going did you see the movie the Help best movie of the summer thought Planet of the Apes was really a lot deeper than the trailer.Am hoping to see Hugo which they recommend it still showing in a small theater here.

Luna Indigo said...

Buenos tardes Ernie. Orchids are crazy plants. They are beautiful and quite unique.
Watched "The Help" and thought it was well done but very watered down as far as racial tensions go for the period. I think you are the only person I have heard of that liked "Planet of the Apes". That was thoroughly panned by everyone here in the states.
My script is a work in progress. I was actually watching the first "Twilight" movie last night just to see what not to do.

Ernie Martinez said...

lol i read the first book and its worse.But not in writing its like there even more obsessed with each other i would take out a restraing order.Have you read the Sookie Stackhouse books i enjky those or maybe you seen the HBO series True Blood.I prefer the books.And your correct on the darker spectrum of thing how they would have treated the maids.My dad was in south carolina working in the late sixties he said there was a sign that said no dogs spik or niggers.

Luna Indigo said...

I read all 4 Twilight books and I think they could have just been 2. The third book was the best in my opinion. I have a theory that it was written by a ghost writer because it was better written!

I have read the entire Sookie Stackhouse series and enjoyed it. The last couple though could have been edited better. There is a new one coming out in May.

People forget just how racially divided the south was. Things I take for granted now, were not possible back then. And sadly there is lots that hasn't changed in the tiny southern towns.