copyright Lismore Paper Sweet pollinators. These hard workers certainly know how to put food on our table. From apples to zucchini's, even the pumpkin in our pies, we must thank them. Did you know, without bees, pollination doesn’t happen, and zucchini buds literally die on the vine. It's nature's finest work. Honey.com is one of my … Continue reading Spread the word…Save the Bees
It is a season of renew, blooms, a spring palette of neutrals, pale hues of pinks, greens, and purples. There is a need to discover nature's wonders and to inspire the artsy soul. A simple kind of beauty makes this time of the year magical. Whimsical delights dance in the changing air. It's March, a month that marks change. This year it is extra special to me, it also marks, When Fashion and Nature Collide, first anniversary.
She Who Dares...Wins, indeed. 2018 overall was a year of growth for me mostly due to Word Press. Of course, every year has its struggles, hardships, and losses, I had mine. I tried and was mostly successful to stay out of the darkness. I am fortunate for the friends I made and the creative outlets. … Continue reading She Who Dares
Hugs, Comfort & Joy Hugs equal love and also give us strength. They heal us, relieve loneliness, depression, anxiety and stress. Most important, hugs create comfort and joy. It's wonderful to get a hug from your favorite person. What else is wonderful...the hug of a soft blanket, or scarves and gloves that keep us toasty … Continue reading When Fashion & Nature Collide – Holiday Edition
Crimson and gold, pumpkin spice, and layered fashion of Autumn are upon us. Pumpkin farms with corn maze fun, black crows, and the anticipation of Halloween. Vivid memories of costume parties, Trick or Treat fun make this time of year extra special. Welcome to our October edition of When Fashion and Nature Collide. On the … Continue reading When Fashion and Nature Collide – Autumn Edition
September is a transition month here in Michigan. The air has a nip, the trees lush green begins to fade, turning into the spectacular display of fall colors that we all love. Just as a preview, a few of the soft woods like the birch and sugar maples begin to glow with a hint of … Continue reading Summer’s Finale
There is just something about the beauty of poppies, commonly known as the Black Opium Poppy, Papaver somniferum, or the breadseed poppy. This is a species of a flowering plant in the family - Papaveraceae. It is the species of plant from which opium and poppy seeds are derived and is a valuable ornamental plant, … Continue reading Poppy Botanical Post Card