Tablescapes, Pink Kisses

  Happy Valentine’s Day!         My sweet daughter and son in law gave me these gorgeous flowers last weekend         Pinky red tulips and a hydrangea, plus a white and pale pink hydrangea, in a frosted hot pink vase… Swoon!         Tones of red, pinks and … Continue reading

Fearless Friday, Pam’s Hydrangeas

My painting inspiration today came from Pam at Everyday Living, a long time blogging friend and a fellow Alabamian     Pam and her “Renaissance Man” have the most incredible garden which she often posts about.  I am always drooling over her gorgeous blooms and I hope she doesn’t mind that I borrowed a photo … Continue reading

Tablescapes, Blooming Watering Cans

This table was inspired by a watering can full of flowers     The result, no doubt, of April Showers     Things in my garden are starting to bloom     We took out some old bushes so there’s plenty of room     In late February the yard looked like this  ⬆️   … Continue reading

Home Decor, Blooming Birdcage

It’s August It’s HOT Summer blooms are fading away I had two hydrangea blooms begging to come inside But, alas, only two… So I mixed them with some dried ones from summers past, and a couple of faux blooms And ended up with this Blooming Birdcage It was too big for my kitchen island so … Continue reading

Tablescapes, Summer Centerpiece Fun!

Don’t you love a wow factor, something totally unexpected on the table?   For anything from a simple meal to a special party,  it’s fun to surprise and delight your family or guests.   My favorite place for inspiration is the grocery store.  Although flowers are my passion, I often turn to other natural elements for … Continue reading

Creations, Diaper Roses

Do your children think you are the Queen of Last Minute Miracles? Of course they do! You are entirely to blame of course, because if you didn’t always come through, they wouldn’t keep asking you! Sigh, someday your grandchildren will get them back! My Darling Daughter found out on Tuesday that she was in charge … Continue reading

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