SCARF OF THE WEEK
From my heart ❤ to yours ❤ !
Get your summer on with beautiful scarves and other wearable art from my VIDA Collection! Wear them as sarongs, to ward off chills, or any creative way you can think of as depicted here.
Last week, I received these seven Modal scarves I ordered from my Collection.
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And as always, this is from my heart ❤ to yours ❤ !
Just want to remind everyone that VIDA is not just for women. We also specialize in accessories for men. To help you widen out in your selections, I’ve added more products (particularly men’s cotton and silk pocket squares) geared especially toward males.
In addition, many of our products are suitable for either gender, such as the scarves, tapestries, and accent pillows. Below are just some of the products you’ll find in my Collection suitable for both sexes.
So, if you prefer something more masculine in appearance, you’ll find it. Also, if you want a nature image that you don’t see, please let me know, and I will be happy to see if it’s in my gallery. If it isn’t, I will do my best to get pictures of what you’re seeking to design your desired selections and add them to my Collection.
As always, this is from my heart ❤ to yours ❤ !
I did it!!! I finally captured a picture of Mr. Cardinal!!! Yesterday, I moved the feeder to a spot on the porch rail where I can get clear shots from inside the house. Throughout the day today, he kept landing on the opposite rail but never came close to the seed while I was nearby.
Finally, he somehow got past me and got to the seed. I went for my camera, and he took off! Then later on, I could not believe he landed on the rail beside the seed and stayed long enough for me to get his picture!!!
Next: Mrs. Cardinal!!! 🙂
From my heart ❤ to yours ❤ !
I just had to share this! I finally figured out a way to outfox the cardinals. You know how I’ve been trying for weeks to get some pictures of the handsome and beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal who feed regularly everyday at my feeder? Well, this morning, I had to refill the feeder. I found a small chunk of leftover seeds that had fallen to the ground, so I put it on the porch rail right in front of my glass storm door. Also, I placed the refilled feeder beside the chunk of seeds.
Sure enough, I peeked outside my office window and saw Mr. Cardinal eating away. However, as soon as I tiptoed into the living room and grabbed my camera, he flew off! But I know he’ll be back, and I am determined to get my picture.
One day last week, I was sitting on the sofa talking on my cell phone to one of my sisters. Mr. Cardinal came up and just plopped himself on the porch rail directly in front of the door. He stayed there a long time, but I was so busy talking that it did not dawn on me to grab my camera which was right there on a table in front of me, aim it, zoom in, and get a close up of him. By the time I thought of it and picked up my camera, he flew away! I imagined him the whole while I was sitting there talking with my sister, heckling at me and saying, “Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah, nah, you can’t catch me!” And then when he saw me grab my camera, laughing as he high-tailed it out of there. 🙂 🙂 🙂
I know y’all think I’m crazy, but that’s okay. Life is what we make it, and enjoying God’s awesome natural creation is one of my ways of making the most of it.
Until next time, this is from my heart ❤ to yours ❤ !
One of the many admirable qualities of natural creation is that it oftentimes takes on the appearance of other things in life that bring us pleasure. I took these pictures of my crepe myrtle tree one summer after a refreshing downpour. The crystal-clear beads of water dripping from the buds and blossoms look like glistening pieces of jewelry. I put the first picture on one of my VIDA pieces–a sheer wrap.
And here is my beautiful, dear friend JoAnn modeling it for us. Doesn’t she look lovely!