That would make a cool blog name.
I’m not changing my blog name, but I do love pickles, and well…cherry blossoms.
Michigan Cherry Blossoms…
This is our cherry blossom tree out front. Isn’t it just gorgeous. She has a sister directly to her left.
I had a ball in there clipping branches with the bumble bees.
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Oh, so the pickle jar!
When you go through your next Pottery Barn magazine, look for the
ridiculously overly priced large jars they fill with branches and such.
I’ve always wanted to try it, and this was the perfect opportunity.
I found this amazing pickle-icious pickle jar at a local thrift store at a great price that I’m actually forgetting at this moment. I also found one for you HERE.
Just look at the details on it…and the lid, uh, the lid.
As soon as I saw the handle I said, “Don’t move, you’re MINE.”
So, now I get to decorate with it.
Butterflies flew in from Amazon HERE and they are very affordable.
If you can’t find a pickle jar of your own to decorate with you have 3 options:
1. Hop on a train and come share mine. (train sounded better than bus)
2. Go to the grocery store and go in the bulk section. Find a big jar of bulk pickles, eat the pickles, and use that jar instead. It’s not as big, but it’s still fun.
Make pickles, and forget the jar.
Happy 49th to my amazing husband. I love you with all of my heart & soul.
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