Okay here in Georgia the pollen count was 8000 the other day. Yellow coating on everything. It's not even worth the effort to hose or sweep things down, cause it comes back ...within seconds. They say that a 400 count is "extreme", So what exactly does 8000 mean anyways??
Luckily we dodged the allergy bullet....so far.
This weekend does kick off the annual start of yard work around here. So while I am out cutting grass, as far as your eye can see, you may want to work on one of these inspiring and amazing projects.
Is this not the cutest wreath since this, that you have every seen? Kim at Serendipity Refined put together this adorable yarn wrapped kite wreath.
I love the use of natural elements to use in our decor at home. Look at how Ashbee Design used logs to create beautiful vases. This may inspire you to take a nature walk today to see what you can bring inside!
Daisey Mae Belle created this beautiful Spring wreath out of faux asparagus ferns. So pretty and fresh. I admit I also love that blue dutch door!
My head spends in awe every time I see this bicycle clock that Kariane created over at Thistlewood Farms. Isn't that just amazing!
Got 4 minutes and a sweet tooth. Sure you do! How about trying this 4 minute mason jar carrot cake from It All Started with Paint. Delish! Do you like carrot cake as much as I do?
I will be back next week with a furniture transformation project and a yummy of my own! Have a wonderful weekend doing what you love, with the people that you love!
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1. The chance to spend some time with dear friends this week that I love very much. Safe travels to them as they head back to Alaska.
2. Celebrating the successes of amazing friends that I have made along my blogging journey.
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