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Top 10 #beautifyjuly on Instagram.

Top 10.#beautifyjuly on Instagram I am bored. Sam is gone for a bit, Marianna in Athens, so I decided to dust off my brain by taking an online creative photo course by Emily Quinton.  Emily's Makelight photos and website are all beautiful, so it's  not hard to spend the 99$ for this course. Emily is adorable. The course I am currently taking is 'Beautify Your Instagram'. I use Instagram to highlight the back stage of my floral design, gardening and just daily life. My intent with all social media is to share information especially among those of same interests-- aspiring gardeners, … [Read More...]

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Basic Salad Dressing, STITCH FIX Score, and Creativity.

A couple of requests for home made salad dressing with  a guarantee that you will not want store bought dressing again! Use this on traditional salads with lettuce and venture out to chopped raw veggie salads too. You will love it and your bod will appreciate the lower sugar yumminess of this one. ML's Basic Salad Dressing ½ cup minced onion or shallot 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons honey 2 tablespoon apple cider vinegar or white Balsamic vinegar ½ teaspoon salt 1 squeeze lemon or orange juice You can mix all of this together in a mini processor/blender for a thicker … [Read More...]

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Heavenly Hydrangea

This morning I thought I was in heaven. These Limelight Hydrangeas just a few steps from the tennis courts caught me completely off guard. Something about plants that I just want to snip--for nearly 40 years I've had this problem. I do ask permission these days since I am not as slick about it as I used to be! A good cause. I can't imagine what it is like to have a child in the hospital nor having to stay indefinitely away from my home. If I did though, there would be flowers or foliage or plants. Gina volunteered our garden club, Pine Needle Garden Club of Augusta, to provide … [Read More...]