A little bit of greenery can make all the difference, am I right?
Perusing my local garden centre and nearby florists has become somewhat of my weekly routine.
From cacti to succulents, ferns to flowers, I cannot have enough plants. They have truly changed the vibe in our flat for the better.
I mean, how could a handmade pot with an aloe mohawk NOT make anyone happy? 🙂
In addition to adopting lonely plants in need of a home, maintaining my herb garden has become somewhat of a hobby. There’s just something so satisfying about topping a caprese salad with home-grown basil. I also love making Spanish or Thai inspired dishes, so coriander is obligated to make a hefty appearance.
Home is where the heart is. Or in my case, home is where my plants thrive.
Which plants are a must in your home decor scheme?
So I know it’s been FAR TOO LONG since I’ve blogged – and I really have no real unique excuse. Just excessive amounts of work, bopping around Europe (which I can’t wait to sprinkle all over my blog posts in the next few weeks so stay tuned 😀 ), and day-to-day obligations.
But all that business came to a standstill last Friday — when I had to get my dreaded tonsils out. Let me tell you, this recovery process has been the most PAINFUL, HORRENDOUS experience of my life. You think, “oh, three year olds get this procedure done, no big deal.” Well, FALSE. It’s been a nightmare. You can’t even sip on a glass on ice water.
So I’d like to think I’ve mastered the art of getting comfy – or at least the most you can get in this situation. These have been my essentials the last few days and should be for every sick girl (knock on wood!)
It’s almost Halloween! This year, my roommates and I have decided to make a night of it while waiting for Georgetown’s little trick-or-treaters to knock on our door looking for sweet treats.
We were thinking pumpkin cupcakes with cream cheese frosting, chilled Kim Crawford sauvignon blanc and butternut squash ravioli while watching Hocus Pocus (it better be on TV!)
My best girl friend Natalie spotted this amazing white, studded pumpkin online last week – a perfect way to add a little Halloween spirit without the ghouls and goblins. When did pumpkin decorating become such an exquisite art form? I cannot decide which one to make first. They’re all the die for.
The chic way to decorate this Halloween. Trick-or-treat!