Is it spring yet??? I’m trying to channel summer with this post! I like to buy coconut cultured milk (aka coconut yogurt) but I find it expensive and really delicious. I could easily eat a whole container in one sitting, but that’s not good for anyone! To avoid this, I decided to make use of […]Read More Friday Flowers
Thanks for putting up with all my Cuban Flower posts and Happy Friday to you today! This last one was taken on my last night there. Maybe I should have taken more night flower pictures, it’s a pretty one!Read More Friday Flowers
I’m not sure about where you live, but in my neck of the woods, with a never ending supply of dog walks in freezing cold temperatures, by March my skin is rough and scaly. Ok, that sounds gross… It’s not that bad, but I’m certainly ready for warmer seasons that are kinder to my skin. […]Read More Matcha Scrub
Ok, these are clearly not flowers, but cactus’s are fun in their own right, so they are getting a post of their own. Happy Friday Flowers! These two huge cactus plants tell just how warm it is in Cuba – there must be huge liquid reservoirs inside of them for when the hot […]Read More Friday Flowers
I haven’t been too crafty yet in March; I’ll need to find a way to do this with purpose as I’m on a clutter-less path at the moment. Maybe it’s a need for spring cleaning or more likely it’s the feeling that I’ve been packing around past lives into my current reality and I finally realized […]Read More Minimizing.
There is hope of spring being around the corner here, after all it’s the first week of March, but since it remains frozen solid outside I’m still pulling from the Cuban flower collection for a few more weeks! Again, I’m not sure what these are, but they line the roads in Varadero, hanging subtly from […]Read More Friday Flowers
You’ve heard, I’m sure, of the February blues? Well what about the March greens? With leprechauns, clovers and spring being right around the corner, I always feel like blog posts in March should have a green theme …Here goes! Despite hope for the first signs of spring, realistically this is still weeks away. Dog walking remains […]Read More March in Green