Arranging flowers in less than two hours for a funeral was a tuff task, last year a dear someone passed away suddenly and I was asked to do the flowers, as everyone else was given something else to do. 318 more words
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Better late than never, right? I wanted to share the Fourth of July party we threw this year for my grandma’s 89th birthday. I’m still trying to get the hang of party planning, I tend to go a little overboard and I have to reign myself in quite a bit (creatively and financially…especially since G has been born). 201 more words
19th August, 2014 – Didn’t want to get thrown out of the cemetery, so settled for some boring red carnations instead.
Another anniversary…is it really a year? No way! Wow, it feels like only last week … can’t believe a year has passed since mum’s diagnosis. 128 more words
During the mid 20th Century, Wheat Ridge was loving known as the “Carnation City”. Known for being the biggest producer of carnations in the world. This little piece of antiquity has become a vital part of the city’s culture and this is why Wheat Ridge founded the most anticipated, biggest event of the year, which is aptly called as the Carnation Festival. 167 more words