Last weekend was a first for me, I attended as well as entered my very first camellia show. Our local chapter of The American
When it comes to succulent propagation, there are often many questions for the novice such as “How do I choose the best leaves to propagate?”. It can be a game of trial and error for many who assume one leaf is the same as the next, but there are things to look out for.
If you are reading this I can assume that you are interested in my series on succulent propagation methods. Today, I will be discussing
If you follow me on any social platform, you’ll know that I have an absolute love of succulents! I’m not alone, because my succulent
Located in USDA zone 8a, the Shaffer garden has recently seen an explosion of gorgeous purple blooms in the form of Clematis “Jackmanii.” I
So it finally happened, our oldest baby boy has passed the half way point in Elementary school. He’s one of the youngest in his class, since his birthday is in March, but he is among the biggest. Size isn’t the only thing that makes him stand out though. Gus has Sensory Processing Disorder. It has caused him many problems throughout his short life, but I am so proud of the progress he has made to get to were he is today.
I’m still in disbelief that my little Rhett is a half year old! This Momma is so sad.
27 Weeks Pregnant So yes, I missed my week 26 Chalkboard update but I’m pretty sure it won’t be the last. This week’s pregnancy
As you can imagine, being a southerner living in Georgia we don’t experience snow very often. In fact, I can count on my fingers the number of times I have encountered it in my life. That being said, we have been experiencing some very unusual weather the past few weeks. Atlanta shut down, as did our city. It even earned it’s own hashtag #snowpocalypse2014. It was time for my 25 week chalkboard update, so the logical thing to do was to take it outside in baby’s first snow!
During my first pregnancy four years ago, I made do sleeping with about four different pillows strategically placed all around me. To say the