Women form the backbone of the agricultural sector in many countries and play a key role in getting food onto the table. In honour of International Women's Day, this video pays tribute to the women who are the key to ending world hunger.If you haven't already, send a message of solidarity: wfp.org/women...more
I love plants and gardening, grew up in a family nursery and have a self-taught horticultural background. I have also dragged many pots full of hapless greenery around the country with me in my numerous moves before I learned to let go. I’ve been given countless clippings and sick plants because I have a “green thumb” before I had the courage to just say no. Geez, this sounds like I’m a recovering plant addict....more
And so it is official - the nursery decorating is in progress! The plan is this: my super handy dad is going to install white wainscoting around the lower half of the walls. The upper half will be stripes that are 6" pale pink and 12" a nice, calming green. I know, nothing that hasn't been done before, but I'm excited. ...more
Today I wanted to share with you pictures from a beautiful shop I found in Larkspur, California named Coquelicot. They have amazing chandeliers, french provincial tablecloths and so many beautiful dishes and other gifts. The wonderful lady that was in the store was super friendly. I just love the way they gift wrap their presents.
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You know those picket fence headboards? Pottery Barn and others sell them for kids’ rooms. I want one for my bed. Queen size. Painted white. I said this to a friend a few days ago, while we were at breakfast. He’s 86 and recovering from his second eye surgery. He’s not adjusting well to the fact that parts of his body have to be mended, repaired, medicated. He’s used to running up and down his own hill, carrying his own heavy equipment. Now he’s depressed. A couple of us call every day to see how he feels or to ask him to go out for a while.