Whosyergurl [Hoosier girl] - Mutterings from a midwest gal. I live in the heartland, the land of limestone, "somewhere in the middle." These are my thoughts, opinions, my life.
It is called Hoosier Hospitality.
Gorgeous flowers! Were those a gift? So pretty. Isn't it funny that when we post a "Wordless Wednesday" we are asked to explain everything in the pictures?
Holly, Those are our flowers that we planted. And I cut them and put them on my desk. Cheryl
Beautiful simplicity! Hey, I missed your previous post! Thank goodness you are A okay!!! I loved what you had to say about the area you work. I loved that description!!!
Yummy. I amsmitten withzinnias....smitten,I tell you!!Thanks for thesmile and HappyWednesday!xx Suzanne
zinnias and sunflowers are my favorite. Thank you so much for your sweet comments and your prayers these last few days/ weeks.
I like how you gals think. Zinnias are my absolute favorite flower. They look like happiness. They look like they are having a good day. Or a good summer. Mom and I always planted zinnias from seed right after Mother's Day. They sprouted strong and determined quickly and I loved it when the buds came so I could guess what color they would be. Simple country pleasures. And so very pleasing in the Ball Jar bouquet. Speaking of which: Like Cheryl, I come from the land of Ball Jars. Not far from Ball State University, my husband and two sons were/are students there. We did floral centerpieces for the boys' high-school open houses using the jars. Fabulous find last week: Gigantic cookie-jar sized Ball Jars as "novelties" with the canning supplies. In Target. $14 ish each. I bought them to dress up my Hoosier Cabinet. They are filled with dog food and treats. I bought a third that will be filled with my homemade granola and gifted to my son's girlfriend (also a Ball State alumn) She can then use the jar for cookies or whatever suits her. Thanks for celebrating life's daily delights, Cheryl.
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