Porcelain-berry is a deciduous, climbing vine of the grape family which can grow, with support, to a height of 16 feet. The unusual fruits of porcelain-berry, however, distinguish it from similar species. The fruit is hard, with the appearance of porcelain, and changes in color from white to a series of pastel shades of yellow; lilac, and green before finally turning a sky blue. All the colors can often be found on a single fruit cluster.
So I start grad school classes this week and move the week after Labor Day. Life’s been so hectic and with so much change comes challenge … But I’m learning to accept challenges as places to grow instead of places to fear.
So tell me something that is changing or challenging for you right now?