I am pretty sure the Dahlia season might be coming to an end soon. Or maybe not. I’ll need to see when the first freeze is due to arrive, but it feels like it’s happening
Well, we’re currently in one of the coldest and wettest Springs here in The PNW we’ve had in quite a while. Amazingly enough, my coffee consumption hasn’t skyrocketed, but things do feel like groundhog day,
I just confess: It’s hard for me to do many day trips up here out of the Seattle metropolitan area. Mainly because traffic sucks the life out of me, along with my desire to day
I went on a last-minute trip to Kauai, and one thing I always love to do is to walk around and pick flowers. It’s one of the simple pleasures I adored when we lived there,
I’m oh so grateful to be in a place where Dahlias flourish. These blooms have me at hello every darn season, and man oh man they’re so freakishly beautiful and unique. …and fun to photograph.
Dahlias after some rain. Wow, these nuggets are photogenic. Somehow, when researching the farms that sell Dahlias at Pike Place Market, I stumbled on a link to a place called The Dahlia Barn. This then
Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The world laughs in flowers.” Well, we all could use a laugh. I mean, it’s one of nature’s best medicines. So, here are some up-close and personal views of a few
Lei Day couldn’t come at a better time…it’s such an amazing day to simply appreciate nature, slow down, and create something beautiful to give to someone. Seriously, is there anything you can make someone that’s
You know the saying may you be happier than a bird with a french fry? Well, I kind of felt like that, but it was a mama sashaying around a sunflower field. We went to
Flowers and friends. Talk about a therapeutic combo. An old friend of mine from grad school was in town and asked if I wanted to come over to her parents so our kiddos could play
Want to know a great little life hack? Look for beauty in every day. It’s there. Promise. Some days it’s easier to find than others. Way easier. Some days it just hits you in the
Something I love about social media is whenever you say you’re going somewhere, whether it’s traveling, moving, or just a quick weekend trip, someone, somewhere will have some recommendations of things to do or see.
“God winks.” Someone commented the other day with that term, and I immediately took a mental note to never forget it. It pretty much sums up this kind of stuff oh so perfectly: Cherry blossoms
Well these turned out to be rather lovely. Hoa Kai and I teamed up for another Turkish towel, and if big, juicy tropical flowers are your jam, chances are you might be a fan. The print
Oh how great it feels to think of going barefoot everywhere with only one goal which is to find flowers for your hair…