Sunday, October 16, 2011

Odds and Ends

A bride's bicycle was parked in front of her wedding and reception site this past weekend. Mel Day (Dogwood Tree Floral) did the flower basket.

At the recent induction ceremony for National Honor Society members, this woman kept turning around every minute to rubber-neck, looking for Lord knows who. I told my granddaughter that if she turned around one more time (after doing it at least 20) that I was going to take her photo, and I did. She was most annoying!

A miniature calla lily and stephanotis boutonniere that I made this week.

Before we set our hearts too much on anything, let us examine how happy are those who already possess it.

Francois, duc de La Rochefoucauld, moralist (1613-1680)


Celia said...

Hmmm, was the neck turner stood up? Hopefully you could still enjoy the presentation that she was obviously missing.

That boutonniere is wonderful, what an artist you are.

LL Cool Joe said...

Wow that woman would have driven me nuts too. I think I would have done a rude face to her and asked her if she needed some help. :D

Love the basket of flowers in the bike!

Granny Annie said...

Amazing! I see that same woman every time we're in a crowd.

Ruth said...

Sweeet bicycle. And the sign is quite true. :-)

oklhdan said...

Loved the bicycle, the flowers, the boutonniere.....lovely. What did the lady do when you took her picture? Did she stop turning around? How annoying...........

Pat said...

Nice mix. Love the tandem.

Grannymar said...

For a second I thought somebody had 'tidy-towned' @eolai's extracycle. LOL

I love the boutonniere, stephanotis are so delicate- unlike that woman!

Looking to the Stars said...

Love the bike!

The boutonniere is beautiful!!

LOL, on 'when a woman says' :)

The quote from La Rochefoucould is soooo true