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I recently purchased this modern version of a strawberry pot at Anthropologie. Perfect container to hold succulents. I also found this sweet pair of bird salt and pepper shakers and petrified wood coasters. Love Anthropologie, you can always find an unnecessary treasure!
Had to share photos from my lovely beach walk this morning. I have to pinch myself sometimes because I never get use to the beauty of the ocean. I was having a very stressful morning and there is no other place that makes me let go of all of my thoughts like the beach.
The tide was low and I was lucky to find a wonderful variety of heart rocks on the walk. My friend collects sea glass and we found a handful of that too!!!
They are building the most outrageous houses along the coast . I am just in love with the house shown below.
The other two shown above are not to shabby either!! Ha, Ha!!
The picture above and below are of Dana Point Harbor taken from our walk. It is fun to explore the beauty that God has created and to see what people have built upon it.
I was reading my friend, Heather Bullard's blog yesterday and was so inspired by this blog that she referred to on her post. I was just blown away by the beautiful arrangement.
I hit Trader Joe's today after the gym and picked up some blossoming branches (that is what they were called). They kind of reminded me of the branches used in the post. I got out my clippers and went to town in my front yard. All of this crazy weather has made my roses bloom beautifully. I know that this arrangement does not compare to the beautiful one on the blog but it was so fun getting inspired by it and using my own flowers.
I also picked up this beautiful orchid at Trader Joe's. I love to fill the vase that my son made me in art class with orchids.
Pam also inspired me with her blog talking about her pictures of her beautiful garden. She has a journal full of photos from her garden that is out of this world. I picked up this vase from Anthropologie and placed a five dollar plant inside of it. My favorite part is the bird which was a gift from Pam that rest inside of it. Such a perfect match.
My daughters made homemade Confetti Eggs this year. They started out by hollowing out eggs and then filling them with confetti made by cutting up tissue paper. After the eggs were filled up they covered the holes by gluing a piece of tissue paper over the hole.
I forgot to pick up dye to decorate Easter eggs, this turned out to be a good thing, since it made my daughters get creative with markers. I love to see what they come up with when they get creative together. My favorite egg below is of our dog Oliver.
My son had his fun by climbing trees with his buddy and giving me a heart attack!! Oh, to be young!!