I love when you show pictures of your flower duties. Beautifully done~!
Beautiful Job! Thanks for sharing that!
At least we took photos of the other arrangement - now folks will see both sides of the altar!Third time's a charm my friend - brilliant minds certainly do think alike!
That's particularly pretty and effective, and this comes from someone not fond of orange flowers. Great job!
Oh I don't think you will need to critique it at all, it is BEAUTIFUL. Those are all real flowers and you all do this every week, I mean someone does them everyweek right? You all take turns? I am so glad you took a picture this time and shared it, I am amazed at your many hidden talents. That is really cool.
What a lovely arrangement .. how did you break a stone urn? And arent you supposed to be praying for less hot flashes, adjusting to the soon to be empty nest AND praying you can find time to come visit me?HUH? Arent you?:-Daryl
beautiful arrangement... I just saw this on Annies blog too... told her and will tell you... I am so jealous of you guys to be blog buddies and IRL buddies is just so cool!Hugs Laura
It's beautiful! How many urns must you fill? It's just gorgeous and what a beautiful thing you do for your church.
Isn't it nice to have a focal point when you are in church? Sometimes I need to look somewhere other than the minister!
That is lovely.You are both very talented.Bear((( )))
I think you did darn fine!Another thing I'd like to be better at... or at least not really bad at.
...That is beautiful! Martha Stewart would be proud... ;o)...Blessings...
you did an excellant job!! I would have nothing to critique..
I would so hire you to be my florist in a heartbeat.DAMN fine job.
u b da bomb baby!!! What TALENT!!! Beautiful!!! I BELIEVE! I BELIEVE!
Annie skipped golf to help you? Well it's about time! LOLYou do such a beautiful job on your turn :)
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