Summer Blooming Flowers 8-7-2014

Happy Theism Thursday!

I was seeking out words that began with the letters ‘TH’ to make some kind of happy day of it. After a bit of searching, I found THis word, theism on the list. I clicked on it. I got these definitions…

Definitions of theism
n. – The morbid condition resulting from the excessive use of tea.
n. – The belief or acknowledgment of the existence of a God, as opposed to atheism, pantheism, or polytheism.

Funny. A morbid condition from excessive use of tea? (The link is interesting) However, in summary, if you drink too much tea, you can turn into an anxiety-driven, hallucinating, hormonal, raving lunatic!


I have pinpointed the cure to my problems! I must have theism and stop drinking tea!



Athyrium felix-femina – Dre’s Dagger

The rest are mostly from my BFF’s home in Chi-Town (pronounced shy-town). That’s Chicago, Illinois for ya-all outta continenters. (Look-away Deb) I call it the Shitty. I do NOT understand how people can want to live SO DARN close to each other! Ah! Get off me!!!

Lucky for her, she has this kewl breezeway and her neighbors are great gardeners. Many of these were tropical plants and I’m just going to ask for a mulligan on these today!






Arg. This one got me last year. It is a hardy perennial here.





Β© Ilex – Midwestern Plants

12 thoughts on “Summer Blooming Flowers 8-7-2014

  1. I did not know the tea definition of theism, very interesting πŸ™‚ Funny, cos the side effects from too much tea drinking seem to be very similar to too much coffee drinking! Hmmm – time for another cuppa! πŸ™‚


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