Archive | May, 2009
Bedroom Re-Do: The Walls

Bedroom Re-Do: The Walls

    I have this thing… when my husband goes out of town I tear a room apart and re-do it. He went to Atlanta for two weeks recently and I redid our bedroom. In this post I’m sharing the wall treatment. Anyway, I’ll start with the walls…They REALLY needed spruced up.  It had been […]

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I’m working here today

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Sometimes I Just Feel Like a Nut – Zebra Squirrels

I keep walking past these stupid squirrel lawn ornaments at work.  Every time I walk by I think “zebra”.  I don’t know why. (I never know where those kinds of thoughts come from or WHY..I keep telling everyone that it’s scary inside my head but they just don’t believe me.)  Anyway, I just had this huge […]

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Perfect Place for a “Pick Me Up”

I don't know about you but there is no "pick me up" in the world like going to get your hair washed, cut and styled.  When I'm in a bit of a rut it is just the thing to perk me back up again. The salon where  I usually go,Carol Martin's in Tallmadge, has relocated.  It's […]

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Wedding Flowers

Here is a slide show of flowers from July 4th wedding number 2.  I’m still working on details with bride number 3 for that day. I just took these pictures real quick before I took them to deliver.  I almost forgot to take pictures all together so they are taken on an old bench by […]

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The Great Fuchsia Cloud

I have this amazing azelea bush right outside my front door.  It's hard to tell how long the thing has lived here.  Longer than I have for sure.  I've cut it back quite a few times and it always comes back ready to amaze me each spring.  It's so big and so bright that for […]

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Clay Pot Saucer and Grapevine Wreath Bird Feeder

  Anyone need a Father’s Day gift that the kids can make? I thought so! :) It can either hold bird food or water for a bird bath.  It’s super easy to make and costs $2.75 or less to make.     You only need three things to make it too.  A 6″ clay saucer ($1.47) […]

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It’s Wedding Season

Because the 4th of July will be on a Saturday this year it is turning out to be a big day for weddings.  I've got three that I'm working on now.  One is a destination wedding and the other two are outdoors.  The brides feel that "permanent botanicals" will hold up better/longer for an outdoor […]

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