Wordless Wednesday: Seeing the little things

eye catching

eye catching

Wordless Wednesday, but let me just give a quick explanation.  We were in Glasgow, Scotland for the All Scotland Irish Dancing championships.  I love where Irish dancing takes us! This plant was in our hotel.  It intrigued me. 🙂

the little things

the little things

No soil, just growing in the wood.

hotel plants with pizazz

hotel plants with pizazz

This one even has a pink plant.

flowers in the hotel lobby

flowers in the hotel lobby

Having real flowers in a hotel, to me, makes a huge difference.  These lovelies were so cheerful and bright. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel gets a two thumbs up from us!

flowers in the airport restroom

flowers in the airport restroom

How about that?  Have you ever seen real flowers in an airport bathroom? I certainly hadn’t.  Hats off to Glasgow airport!  These made me smile!

Happy Wordless Wednesday and seeing those little things all around us!

In peace,

P.S. I am on Instagram (mominthegarden) if you’d like to see more photos and more often.  I love the ease of Instagram and it tells a story of who I am more holistically. Come and join me!

2 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Seeing the little things

  1. Now I’m really impressed with flowers in the airport bathroom…that is nice. The plants on the wood are air plants. You find them growing in trees in our area of Florida.

    • Yes, that really made me smile seeing those daffodils in the bathroom! (and there were two vases of them!) Thank you for that information, Karen. I didn’t know they were air plants. I think that is really neat. I’ll have to keep an eye out for them the next time I visit Florida! 🙂

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