I said the pic of my marigolds was 7th generation but it was last year so 6th. This year will be seven. These are the zinnias from last year. some are full bloom and some are not.
Here they are from last year. Just starting to pop up this year! the other variety I have are even more beautiful and very full bloom!
A few years ago, 8 to be exact, a friend told me to save my Marigold and Zinnia seed from the flowers as the die off, place them on paper towels and let them dry. Then she said to place them in a paper bag and re-plant each year instead of buying a 97 cent bag that holds maybe ten. I did and now at year seven, they are growing and each year I collect hundreds of them and I have never had to buy anymore since. So, I thought I would pass that along to my fellow gardening bloggers! It WORKS!
Here in Georgia, ticks seem to be freaking everywhere. I got Lymes a few years ago so I use bug repellent and still found one on me this morning! I HATE them. Ugh. Where do these little beast come from? I have used natural oils, off spray and I mean NOTHING seems to deter them. Maybe I am just a tick magnet . YOUCH!
So, I did twenty minutes of yoga. I started at beginners . I was much further along when I quit. Now I am sore at twenty minutes. But I do feel better and thanks to a fellow blogger, I have new areas to look into. I LOVE yoga and I am excited to get going again on a regular basis with it. I am also working on my Tai Chi. I hope to keep up with it and get back on the mat and working along with my Yoga coach (when I find one).
After being a bit sick and dealing with anxiety, I had fallen off of my yoga train. Now I am ready to get back on and get going. I miss it because not only does it help me in so many ways such as relaxing, toning up my body and more, it really, really helps my anxiety. So here is to hoping I can board the Yoga train and get back on the track with it!
Because I cannot figure out how to do more than one pic at a time.
Sooo,a couple of years ago, my niece wanted to go to a Halloween party as a zombie Princess. So I pulled out some make-up, my daughters prom dress from a few years before and off we went to see what we could do. I have to say, It turned out pretty good considering I had no clue if I could pull it off but I will post some of the pics on here and you can tell me what you think!
I was given the honor to create a little girl who has Down’s syndrome into a Fairy. Her mom very kindly provided me the photo. I love that my fairies can be any kind of fairy and that no matter what their gift is, I am able to create them! Thank you mom! This was one of my favorite creations so far.