Earth Day

According to Wikipedia “Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which events are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970, and is now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network and celebrated in more than 192 countries each year.”

  To commemorate Earth Day I am sharing some photos I made in Utah last year at the Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving Point.

TF Purple

TF 2

TF 3

TF Pathway

TF Collage

 

cherry tree

So Happy Earth Day.

I’m glad you stopped by today to see how I commemorated Earth Day 2014.  Be sure to come back soon and if you don’t already subscribe to my blog be sure to sign up by e-mail, so you will never miss a post.  I would love for you to follow me on Pinterest here.  Thank you for visiting!

Always,

Sharon

Sharing with some of these lovely hostesses

Tater Tots and Jello

Between Naps on the Porch

The Thrifty Groove

Coastal Charm

French Country Cottage

A Stroll Thru Life

Savvy Southern Style

Confessions of a Plate Addict

The Dedicated House

Jennifer Rizzo

Knick of Time

A Delightsome Life

Buttermilk Blueberry Muffins

I don’t normally share recipes but do you remember those blueberry muffins I made a while back?  As promised I am sharing my recipe with you today.   Just a warning if you like really sweet muffins this may not be the recipe for you. Buttermilk Blueberry Muffins 2 Cups Self Rising Flour 1 egg 3/4 Cup […]

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Happy Easter 2014

  Happy Easter 2014 Have a safe and very happy holiday and let’s not forget the reason for the celebration. Always Sharon

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French Postcards

French Lavender

 In March I purchased a charming French postcard booklet from Cat at Sunday Brocantes who opens her online shop once a month.  For the first two days of each month you can purchase lovely French goodies that Cat collects “brocanting” near her home, Rabbit Hill in Normandy France.  The postcard booklet is from Cote d’ Emeraude on […]

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Radiant Orchid and a Simple Easter Mantel

Easter Bunnies

Typically, I’m not a person who uses violet tones in my home décor; however, Easter is an exception.  When I decided to use Pantone’s color of the year Radiant Orchid my thrift store stash came to mind.  I knew it held candidates for a good paint make-over. The stash yielded a wooden vase and a vintage wooden pedestal […]

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Happy Spring 2014

Happy Spring

Ok, I’m a little late in wishing you all a Happy Spring since the Farmer’s Almanac says that Spring began on March 20 at 12:57 P.M. EDT, more than a few days ago. Here is my Happy Spring wish for you and hopefully it’s better late than never. My grandson was on Spring break this past week so I’ve been […]

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Succulents in Tea Cups

Blue Willow House Tea Cup

Succulents interest me in the various ways they grow, spread, and bloom.  I planted some in a blue enamel colander last summer and they grew and spread nicely.  I have been babying them all winter and so far so good.   The colander is moving back to the deck soon.  In the meantime, I planted three succulents in some pretty blue and […]

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Spring Plants

Armeria

Yesterday I had about an hour to spare before going to a meeting so I dropped into my local DIY home store to pick up a couple of things but what really caught my eye was all the beautiful plants.  I can’t wait to plant some pretty flowers but I’m afraid we still may have […]

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Visual Comfort Lamps

Isabelle

As a lamp loving girl I am always on the lookout for beautiful lamps that fit my décor.  Strolling through Marshalls recently I saw two gorgeous blue and white gourd lamps.   Priced at $79.99 each they were a bit more than I like to pay for lamps but these lamps spoke to me.  So I wrote […]

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TST – A Rustic Toolbox

Green Jars in Toolbox

A vintage homemade toolbox has been languishing around in my thrift store stash for a while.  It isn’t fancy but it is definitely due for a transformation.  Donna from Funky Junk Interiors is my inspiration to get going and upcycling this toolbox. First, I must answer the question “what am I going to do with it” when I’m finished with […]

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