awe. they love me! they really love me!

9 Dec

I never get tired of saying and thinking that.  🙂

So i had a little minor surgery yesterday.  all is good.  I wanted to share the beautiful flowers that i received with all of you!  All 3 bouquets came from the Flandreau Flower Shop.  I should link up to them for you but i still have a bit of anesthesia stupid head going on.

this is actually 3 bouquets in one.  they are connected with greenery and silver sparklies.  stunning.

look, even has little red Christmas balls.  way too pretty.

I don’t even know what this huge snowball like flower is except GORGEOUS.  just gorgeous.

This sweet one came from someone else but the flower shop used the same white flowers (lily’s?) so they look like it was a master plan even!  lovely details like jewels on the petals and sequined flowers just make it sing.

and how fun are these “mystery flowers”?  They came without a card so they must be from you!  Again, little details like spirals of silver wire wrapped around the vase and in the center of flowers.  so creative.

THANK YOU EVERYONE!  I love me some fresh flowers!

 

 

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5 Responses to “awe. they love me! they really love me!”

  1. Jannell Scott December 9, 2011 at 8:31 am #

    Gosh, hope you are feeling great again soon! The flowers are amazing. The white flower balls are individual mums stuck in a floral foam ball. Dribble water onto them periodically to keep the foam wet and they will last a LONG time. The lillies should last quite awhile too. Again, keep the foam wet and they will last. Stick your finger in there to feel it. I would put them in the sink or on a tray and wet them down. Let the foam absorb all it can and then dump off and dry bottom before displaying. You could also use a spray bottle between watering.

    Sincerely, former florist,
    artteajannell.blogspot.com

  2. Cynthia December 9, 2011 at 9:11 am #

    So sorry to hear you had surgery. Hope you heal up quickly. Those gorgeous flowers certainly will help!

  3. Tammie December 9, 2011 at 9:22 am #

    GORGEOUS flowers! One lucky girl! Hope you are well on your way to recovery!

  4. Susie December 9, 2011 at 2:27 pm #

    Happy to hear all is well with you; best wishes for a speedy recovery! The flowers are AWESOME and should really brighten your day! Take care!

  5. Ann Douglas December 10, 2011 at 10:11 am #

    wishing you a speedy recovery
    ann

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