“Oh, Sweet Pea, come on and dance with me, Come on, come on, come on and dance with me.” from
My flower for today is Rudbeckia, also know as Black-eyed Susan. I couldn’t resist choosing this flower that shares my
As a child, I was fascinated by this flower–partly because of the name–such a romantic name for a flower that
The passionflower is an amazing flower. I saw them growing in the wild when I visited Central America a couple
My flower for today is the orchid. When I went, almost 2 years ago, to Monteverde, Costa Rica, I visited
Welcome to the third week of the A to Z Challenge. My theme for this year is flowers, and my
These are beautiful–I’m going to try these next year! I’ve often dyed eggs with onion skins for Passover, but I love the nature patterns!
I’ve just realised that I did a post like this last year, it has obviously become a bit of a family tradition. So here goes for you want to give it a try…
All you’ll need is:
-leaves or grasses
While we took our dog out, the kids enjoyed collecting leaves, flowers and even an empty snail shell (not that we could use that for the eggs).
Once we got home, we put the leaves and flowers on the eggs. Fixed them with some old tights, tied them up with some thread…
…and boiled them for 10 minutes in the onion skins.
My flower for today is the May Apple. May Apples have only two leaves and one flower. For me they
Spring is finally here! I just want to soak up each and every moment of sunshine we have, as it’s been a particularly dark and rainy last… Source: Lemon Poppy Seed Cake (grain-free, dairy-free, nut-free, paleo)
When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom’d, And the great star early droop’d in the western sky in the night,