So apparently, Iowa City/Coralville is the kingdom of all things daffodils. I swear, I”ve never seen so many! The city plants them around all the city buildings/monuments, the colleges use them in all their gardens, and most of the locals...―
I have a bright and sunny manicure to show you. I think I FINALLY found a yellow I can pull off. This is Sassy Lacquer Dancing Daffodil over Zoya Jacqueline (shown alone below).*Provided for Review*Dancing Daffodil is a buttery yellow creme with...―
And the daffodils look lovely todayDaffodil Lament - The Cranberries ∙ What a day! I don't know about the rest of the country but London was beautiful today at a sweltering 20 degrees! Unfortunately I had to work but still managed to enjoy...―
I am so distracted these days, and spring is to blame. There’s the smell of freshness on the breeze, the chirps and calls of birds in the morning, and the daily display of fifty shades of green. All I want to do is work in the yard: clean ...―
Recently I was introduced to a new site called Peach & Lily. It’s a portal to Asia’s best beauty products, mostly from Korea and Japan. Since you cannot get some of these coveted beauty products here in the US, this is a great ...―
Just down the path past all the vines there is a place if you search you might find * daffodil framed fields just to your right pink sunny lanes an endless delight * you might say there are fairies I might say there are gnomes but I hope in the...―
The photos pretty much say it all. A fabulous weather day at Hartland Abbey, lots of spring flowers, great dog walking, stunning coastline .... what not to love? Bluebells yet to come.... ∙ Check for more events on the HPA website.―
I love my mum like I’m sure everyone else loves theirs. I truly respect all mothers out there, not just my own; they do all they can for us and love us unconditionally from the moment we come into this world. Although I do what I can to show...―
Happy Saint David's Day from Wales. ∙ Saint David's Day (Welsh: Dydd Gŵyl Dewi) is the feast day of Saint David, the patron saint of Wales, and falls on the 1st of March each year. Many Welsh people wear one or both of the national...―
Persian buttercups originated in the area that is today Iran, as well as in other countries in the Mediterranean such as Greece and Turkey. Its scientific name is Ranunculus asiaticus, and it is commonly referred to simply as Ranunculus. The ...―
I hope you're all having a great weekend! It's been so nice here in sunny Southern CA ...
Courtesy of Pinterest ∙ I've mentioned bronzers, sandals, and tans the past few ...
How much do you spend on clothes? ∙ People often joke about how much time women ...