Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Hot lemon water












We have a kettle again.  My method of staying hydrated during the winter is to drink cups and cups of hot lemon water.

My other acquisition last week was Kenneth Turner's LITTLE book on dried flowers.  I'd ordered a small selection of product from Mountain Farms along with the Lunaria requested by a customer.

I fell in love with the sweet daisies which don't look that great on their long dry stems, but cut down and massed together, they have charm.  I already sold a piece.

I also realized when I finished taking photos that I'd had the camera setting at candlelight. o. well.

We're gearing up for a big second half of the week.  I hope my little Element can hold all the flowers I need tomorrow.

And then comes Thanksgiving.  Cornucopia anyone?

7 comments:

marlowe said...

I love the candlelight photos! So excited for the dried flowers, too! Mom saw your blog and got so excited about the California rosemary.
Kiss!

marlowe said...

Oops, I mean California Oregano!

flwrjane said...

Now look how sweet that is.

I have just put the kettle on for hot lemon water.

Crazy great minds again.

I was adopted you know. some food for thought....did you not want a sister?

xo Jane

An Urban Cottage said...

This post is a great contrast in hydration.

The daisies look pretty good by candlelight. Daylight will tell.

Jen said...

I do like the daisies. Silver container? Fun contrast.

Alicia said...

I like dried flowers and lunaria too.
Nice autumn photos ;)

Bare Mtn Farm said...

I love the daisies too.