So, my beautiful friend Kaytie is getting married tomorrow, and I was blessed to be able to help with the flowers for her wedding. I did all of the bridesmaids flowers. Hydranga's are fun to work with because they are so full! Here are some photos of the bouquets.
I am so very excited for the package I got in the mail today! I was having a lil chat via facebook with someone about eating healthy, and she told me about this book! I find myself quickly becoming a rebel hippie....I used to believe everything my doctors told me and thought if the packaging on food said it was good for me, that it was (the vending machine says pop tarts are a smart choice...mmmhmmm) but I am quickly learning that I need to research things for myself. After all, who is more responsible for my family's health? The government regulated (and food company funded) FDA and college professors...or me, the one who cooks for my family? Anyway, check it out, it's a very enlightening book! Looking forward to educating myself and cooking! Bon Appetit!
Ok, so it isn't secret, but I wanted to have a witty/literary title. My little seedlings are getting bigger! And my little collection has grown. Now, not only is there Basil and the two tomato plants, but now I have oregano and two chive plants! The poor lil chives look like grass, but they'll grow. And, tehy best part of all--None of them are dead!!!! Maybe I should add "yet" to that sentence. I am surprised I have been able to keep them all alive and green this long! I am hoping to get some soil and transplant my little green friend into bigger pots and putting them outside (with my little creeping charlie plant who has suffered so much and still bounced back like a champ...I call him charlie). Here are some pictures of my little plant family...suddenly I feel like watching the Happening...this could get creepy.