I love this version of holiday decorating. It’s simple yet sparkly!
There’s a bit of organic whimsy here that I find especially appealing. I’ve decided to sell my fake tree and get a branch from nature. How are you decorating your home?
Three Bedrooms ~ Two Baths
Main Floor Master ~ Open Floor Plan ~ Hardwood Floors
Newer Roof and Mechanicals ~ Walkout Lower Level
Double Attached Garage ~ Close to Golf Courses ~ 9.55 Acres
Approximately 2400 Finished Square Feet ~ Taxes: $4208
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Summer is waning in the northern states and most people probably aren’t thinking about gardening. I’m fascinated by gardens any time of year. Here’s a post I found on designing garden transitions. If you have a patch of land, why not create a design that enhances it and provides you a beautiful view and a place to unwind, play, entertain, etc.
I bought a bouquet of flowers yesterday. This one has large sunflowers, multiple dahlias in different colors, snapdragon, lilies, and other flowers. It’s a strikingly beautiful bouquet.
I love supporting our local growers and farmers. I’ll be back next week to get another one.
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Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal reports that a self-proclaimed “old-school bakery” opened recently in Wayzata, one of several new developments in the Bay Center area.
Mainstreet Gourmet Bakery opened June 19, right before the summer solstice weekend of storms. Losing power during its first weekend, combined with ongoing construction on Lake Street, led to a slow first week of business for the bakery.