Thursday, May 13, 2010


Today is Thursday, May 13, 2010. The weather has been just gorgeous! Yesterday was 90 and today is supposed to be 93 degrees. Can't ask for better weather.

I thought these were pretty. George says they are weeds. The pedals are a soft lavender, have never seen these "weeds" before.

Had to get groceries yesterday, while getting eggs I noticed brown "organic" eggs in a clear plastic container. My jaw hit the floor when I seen the price of over $4 a dozen! That is just crazy! Maybe it's to pay for the earth friendly "plastic" container they are in. So much for organic. I don't know about you, but my family can't eat that container and to know that it is going into a landfill really ticks me off. Most of you know that I sort my trash, burn and landfill, we are averaging one small kitchen bag of landfill trash a week. Love the "organic" food companies that charge very high dollar for their foods only to use very unfriendly earth packaging to fill the landfills.

Haven't had time to work on my sites since we have been home. So this weekend while George is working on Saturday and the boys have no school, that will be a good time to get them cleaned up and organized. Bonanzle threw me off, when I set my booth on vacation. When we returned and I took it off vacation, it put everything back for sale, even things that were on reserve. So needless to say that is going to take some real time to fix.

Today is a New Moon, remember to write those abundance checks and smudge.

Remember yesterday, dream about tomorrow, but live today. ~Brightest Blessings~


  1. I had some of those "weeds" at my last house. I actually dug them up out of the yard and planted them in my flower bed. lol I think they're so pretty. I think they're called Asters.

    I'm glad you've been having such pretty weather to welcome you home!

  2. Hey Dede my weeds are not that pretty.LOL We sure have a lot of weeds this year.
    Hope you have a great day!!

  3. Good morning hon!! Those look like May flowers...maybe!! Frankly even though we live in the garden district..some of the yards are perfection...I don't pluck out my little violets or gil or the ground...they all bloom and multiply and if they are pretty and not thorny...they stay! Even in the grass!!
    I was watching Martha Stewart the other day and she was using those clear egg containers for all kinds of thing!! But I am right there with you..the price and the plastic would put me off too!! Geesh!
    Here is to hoping you are enjoying being home and in your garden! Hugs and love, Sarah

  4. I like those little flowers. Sure don't look like weeds to me. $4 for eggs? That's got New York beat.

  5. what can many many of the flowers I intentionally plant are called weeds by some... to me if it has a flower... its not a weed... therefore... are there any weeds.

  6. Most weeds do have the most beautiful flowers, I agree they are very pretty no matter what those men say, lol. $4.00 a dozen, wowzer!! Organic and plastic doesn't say buy me does it!!

    Have a wonderful weekend Dede!!

  7. Those look like daisies.

    It's a little flower that is meant to grow in short grass. Here's a photo (not mine):


It was nice of you to take time out of your busy day to stop by. Blessings to you and your family! (((HUGS)))