Hello everyone! I hope you're all having a wonderful week so far!
I don't know about you guys, but I'm sooo tired of cloudy, grey, dark days. Here in
Central California, we've had a lot of fog and low lying cloud cover, and it was making it
impossible for me to take any decent pictures. I don't have all that fancy camera equip-
ment (bummer) or a fabulous camera (super bummer)... just a simple point and shoot
camera with autofocus. I can zoom a little bit and take close-ups, but that's about it.
OK... now that I'm done whining...
So... since the sun finally came out to play today, I thought I would snap some pictures of
how I've been trying to add a little sunshine to my home with a little greenery here and there.
I love the vibrant green color of this pair. I often use fresh produce to add some greenery to my
home, instead of fresh cut flowers. They last longer, and they're way easier to take care of. ;-)
And... of course... my family loves to eat them, too, so they don't go to waste.
Yep... I finally tired of the pine cones and the mercury glass was clashing with the green of the pair.
Some baby's breath and dried hydrangeas. I've finally ordered some vintage glass bottles for my
vintage bottle holder, but haven't received them yet. I thought the hydrangeas would be a quick
fix until they get here.
I bought this Mums plant at the grocery store yesterday. I fell in love with the pale pink
color of the blooms, and the bright yellow centers definitely add a little bit of sunshine to
my living room. :)
This was another fun find from Etsy. It's a vintage carpenter's apron. I love the bold black lettering,
and the patina reminds me of the way old paper ages. The vintage envelope and post card also came
from Maria of The Growers Daughter.