Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Lined up and ready to go

Sunday and Christmas Eve were spent preparing and delivering house flowers for a good client.
Except for some walk-ins and a few friends, it was quiet at the shop and we had time to take our time.







In situ

Home now, enjoying sleeping in, visiting Opal, shopping for cookie ingredients and snagging a cashmere sweater on sale.  Can we have too much cashmere?


8 comments:

rachel said...

Tulips! The Gardener tells me that red tulips signify love, but that yellow ones signify passionate love. He adds that he might be wrong... do you know?

webb said...

I love yellow tulips pashionately!

Jen said...

I love those pale yellows. What color cashmere?

An Urban Cottage said...

Really elegant dining room. Love the asymmetrical buffet. The tulips and branches are really pretty too.
Enjoy your time off. It's very well deserved.

Bow Street Flowers said...

Rachel - hmm. I only know about rose colors: red is passionate love, yellow roses signify friendship. I do hope, however, that you are presented with yellow tulips this Spring!!

Webb - there will be more in the Spring!!

Jen - grey: traditonal cardigan... TJMax.

flwrjane said...

Good morning. Beautiful flowers and photos.

I don't appear to have any cashmere any more.

hmmmm.

Hope you had a restful few days.

It's so cold and blustery here we might as well be in Boston.

xo Jane

marlowe said...

No such thing as too much cashmere!

mandese corry said...

Yeah offcourse these flowers are best for the preparation of sunday and christmas evening. Give us more idea for using other flowers.