When I retired last June, I brought the plant home. This is how it looked on August 30, 2005.
At the beginning of April, it bloomed again. The Peace Lily's bloom consists of a spadix (a type of spike: an inflorescense with small flowers crowded on a thickened, fleshy axis). It is partially enclosed by a spathe (a large bract).
The spathe is gradually getting greener and the spadix, which contains the true flowers, is getting darker.
This bloom sticks out several inches above the leaves.