Category Archive: Celebrations

Now’s The Time For An Edible Garden Party!

It’s getting towards the end of summer with daylight not lasting quite as long and the kids packing up backpacks and returning to early morning classes.  But with that change comes the seasonal… Continue reading

‘Being Mindful’, A Positive Outlook Is Contagious

Something a little different today for ‘Gardener Shape-Up, Being Mindful’… Many of you may already be aware Dr. Cohan and her viral video. I was not, until a few days ago. And in… Continue reading

December Daily Wreath: To New Beginnings!

This wreath is so colorful and festive that I just had to post it on New Year’s Eve! Here’s to mud in your eye if you are a gardener!  And if not, well… Continue reading

December Daily Wreath: Winter Twilight

You just never know what you might see…  I saw this pretty wreath while driving a tiny back road near the foothills.  The winter light and it’s shadows are so interesting together.  Winter… Continue reading

December Daily Wreath: Silver Bells

I like the silver bells against the rustic wood on this front door.  The size attracts my eye as well. Simple and pretty.

The Daily Wreath: Frosty Friday

A very frosty Friday as much fog has covered the Boise valley.  This wreath has an entirely new color and textured added – as the frost wraps it. The sun, although trying to… Continue reading

December Daily Wreath: Bring ‘Merry’ To The Outdoors

One thing I love about living in Boise is there’s no shortage of outdoor enthusiasts! It’s Holiday week, be merry in your outdoor endeavors!

The Daily Wreath: Happy Christmas!

Wishing people around the world experience moments of hope, love, and light today.  Thank you so much for spending a moment of your time here with me.

December Daily Wreath: Peace

Spotted these wreaths on a community run, hanging from the porch of an Arts and Craftsman-style home.  I like the re-use of twigs or grapevines as they may be, and I like the… Continue reading

The Daily Wreath: Keeping It Classy

I love the mixture of materials at this front door and how it projects such a classy impression. Maybe something good to keep in mind this Christmas holiday week…you can mix it up… Continue reading