Early this morning before leaving for work, David cut some flowers to take for displaying in his new office at school. Since moving into the school's new band room this summer, he has been working on adding personal touches to the space to make it feel more inviting.
David puts together gorgeous bouquets effortlessly and seems to really have an eye for color. He inspired me to make my own bouquet this morning before heading off to work.
This morning was quite a bit cooler than what we're used to this time of year and it almost felt like early fall. I lost myself in walking around the garden and collecting blooms for my bouquet. The sun was shining and the birds were singing and I think I could have stayed outside meandering in the garden all day long. It was truly one of those mornings that just makes you want to linger a little longer than you should.
I proudly displayed my bright bouquet in the kitchen and I know I will enjoy the pop of color every time I enter the room. Who needs pricey store bought bouquets when nature provides so much beauty right outside your door?
This week in the Homemade Living series, I am joined by Daisy and Mary in posting about how we incorporate homemade items into our lives. Next week Meg, Staci, and Amber will be up. If you have some free time, please check out the other posts in this weekly series!
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