Winter has well and truly arrived here in the UK this week, with lots of snow blanketing many of us yesterday.
I hope it doesn’t scupper your weekend plans too much…
Here’s what I’ve been up to this week.
I noted down lots of names of ‘flowery’ people to potentially feature in the future on Flowerona and Heart Home.
Tuesday & Wednesday
Tuesday and Wednesday were very much ‘stay at home’ days, dealing with emails and writing blog posts.
On Thursday, I had a meeting in London with Wendy Davis, National Chairman & CEO of the National Association of Flower Arrangement Societies (NAFAS) and Sheila Hadlow, 2nd National Vice Chairman.
It was lovely to meet them both and hear all about the history and current activities of NAFAS.
On Friday, I hibernated at home, as snow settled around our house.
And apart from when my internet access went down for five hours in the middle of the day (!), I dealt with emails and wrote blog posts.
Here’s an image from my Favourite Quotes board on Pinterest, which I love…
Blog posts this week on Flowerona
My blog posts this week on Flowerona were :
- Introducing designer, Emily Burningham…
- Beautiful floral-inspired prints from DueAlberi
- Book Review of Style Me Pretty Weddings by Abby Larson
- Introducing garden designer, Nina Baxter…
- Beautiful floral-inspired drawings by Australian artist Meredith Gaston
The most popular blog post this week was ‘Gypsophila aka Baby’s Breath is back in fashion, especially for wedding flowers…’
I’ve lost count of the number of times that this has been my post popular weekly post! So, it looks like this pretty flower is definitely back in fashion and here to stay for a while…
Guest blog post
On the Heart Home blog, I featured ‘Floral-inspired products from Sarah Moore Vintage‘.
I hope you have a lovely weekend. I’ll be back tomorrow with Flowerona Links…