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Category Archives: garden

Savoring the Sweet Life

A cool, green, quiet space

Today is the perfect day to appreciate October’s Bright Blue Weather.

“Bright leaves sink noiseless in the hush
Of woods, for winter waiting”

A Hosta, by any other name…

Ok, maybe you can help.  I’ve spent endless hours on Google, trying to identify my hostas.  These are the ones I have in abundance, planted in the outdoor wedding chapel gardens… but there are others…  I’ve learned more about hostas than I ever dreamed there was to know!  Margins and leaf shapes and textures, etc.  […]

Mid-spring Walkabout

the last of the daffodils, the last of the hyacinth

Daffodils, Lilacs and Hostas – Oh My!

It must be April! The daffodils have already been blooming like mad in an early spring frenzy. The one pictured here is a late-comer (if you can imagine a daffodil being late on the first of April. But isn’t he a beauty, all white and dapper with his pale yellow collar…     His name […]

Wedding photographer’s mind at work…

I love my husband.  He’s a wonderful, kind, creative, brilliant, intuitive, charming man.  And I’ve known him for a while – since 1986 – so you’d think I would have some insight into the way his mind works.  Yet, he surprises me daily… usually in a good way, ha! The table was set for last […]

Fresh Blueberries!

We’re blessed with the most wonderful friends. Thank you, Rick & Judy, for the gorgeous just-picked blueberries from your garden!

Lily du Jour

This gorgeous day lily is called Moonlit Snow. Larry gave me this plant for Mother’s Day about eleventy bazillion years ago. Ok, more than ten years, anyway. I planted it right out front, and it has propagated and grown into a healthy lily that produces these enormous blooms. Today, there are about a dozen greeting […]

Purple Bride’s Bouquet

The bride asked for a purple bouquet.  How pretty is that!?  I love it.

A Day in the Life of The Wedding Fairygodmother

Gorgeous berries so sweet they didn’t even need the candy, I dipped them in Ghirardelli semi-sweet chocolate (heaven help us) and topped each with a white chocolate ‘button’. Then dusted my grandmother’s pink crystal footed cake plate with powdered sugar, arranged the strawberries and ringed it all with baby’s breath.

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