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My Mom’s Favorite things

Today is Friday ! Some of my Mom favorite things begin with the letter F-

Family  – Yesterday  our family had a special day. My Mom great grandson came to visit. It was nice to Welcome the next generation to the family home. It;s been a long time since we had a new baby -my son was the last grandchild born 16 years ago. We had lots of food ,fun and Celebrated an Early Mother’s Day !..

 

Friends – My Mom leaves in the same house that she grew up in. She is a small town girl at heart . She still has some of the same close friends she had since she graduated from high school.

 

Flowers – My Mom & Grandmother was big flower garden lovers. My Mom still raises wonderful flowers and a beautiful yard.  I try but I dont  have the green thumb these lady have.

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Food – If you have been reading along you know my Mom taught me to cook  and she a wonderful home cook. She also enjoys finding new restaurants and exploring there culture thru food. Road trip anyone ?   Lisa

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Hello ! May

Hello ! May

The fifth month of the year – May is named after the Greek goddess Maia / and the Roman goddess  Bona Dea goddess of fertility and Spring.

Pеорlе whо аrе bоrn in May are more lіkеlу tо асhіеvе hіghеr success and mоrе lоvе in their lіfе. Evеn though іt’ѕ mostly a relative fасt, Mау people hаvе a better grasp on these elements of life thаn people bоrn in оthеr months.The bіrthѕtоnе for May is Emerald.

Empire State building opened on May 1st –

More info about May – May calendar facts

 

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National Wildflower Week   For More information

May 1 – 7, 2017

Lady Bird Johnson said wildflowers “give us a sense of where we are in this great land of

ours.”

 

 

NATIONAL BIKE MONTH

May is National Bike Month, sponsored by the League of American Bicyclists and celebrated in communities from coast to coast. Established in 1956, National Bike Month is a chance to showcase the many benefits of bicycling — and encourage more folks to giving biking a try.

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Happy Friday -Crafters!

Today on my Craft Table 


Using my Unity Stamp Co. -stamp ,flowers and paper from  Graphic 45 paper set.

What are you working on today?


Candles Making gifts

Do you make Candles? I bought a kit a little while ago and enjoyed it. 

When I found these cute little metal watering cans I was set to go –

A wick and some melted wax in the microwave and you have a fun easy gift.

For Mothers Day

I used roses I dried in hydrehator, rose essence, soy wax and wicks for this gift. 

The tea cups are from garage sales . But you might have some hiding in the cabniate.  

Herb garden – not just for eating

My herb garden I grow in an old container I found.  It was perfect for this use since it was already damaged. Filled with soil and plants and let grow. It’s placed at my front door so I can go out and pinch what I need. Lisa

What do you do with the over abunce of herbs. We bring out the dehydrator. A great way to preserve for future use. 


I also dry fruit,vegetables, meat and flowers from the garden to use in food and crafts.

Camilla tree

My Mom s Camilla tree that my grandmother planted years ago. Mom is wanting it removed. I took graphs and trying to regrow the pant so I can grow it in my yard. We tried  to dig it up the tree  but it was in bad shape and couldn’t be moved.

Wish me luck that my graph takes root and I have a new tree. Lisa

Do You Color? Adult Coloring Books

Do you Color ? Adult Color books is a 12 million dollar industry – Everyone has a diffrent reason why – But I do it t Relax –  Here are some great color books to try – Some of my favorite images to color is floral .  Lisa

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Kristy’s Spring Cutting Garden: A Watercoloring Book (Kristy’s Cutting Garden) Paperback

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The first in a series of seasonal watercoloring books based on artist Kristy’s Rice’s cutting gardens, this book celebrates spring’s profuse blossoms such as peonies, magnolias, pansies, and Eastern bluestar. Her easy-to-learn, joy-driven approach includes simple tutorials on how touse watercolor and where to find affordable materials. A stationery-industry tastemaker, Kristy believes that making art, regardless of skill level, has thepower to reconnect us to each other and ourselves. Touching brush topaper with water and color releases an inexplicable calm that so many ofus long for, and making art, even in short bursts, brings us back toourselves by slowing time.With 25 detailed, yet whimsical illustrations, artists are invited to continue the journey begun in her first watercoloring book series, Painterly Days.

The Summer Edition is now on Pre-Order

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