Stopping to look at the spring blooms?
Ah, now that the weather is almost spring-like, I’ve been in the habit of spending some time each Saturday morning at the Kitchener market. If you’re in Kitchener-Waterloo, it’s definitely worth a visit (or several). The food is fresh, the people are nice, and it’s a really lively place. In addition to the usual fruit and veggies purchases, I’ve been spoiling myself with flowers each week. Now that the current home renos are (almost) dust-free, it’s a good time to fill the house with flowers. While I don’t always buy white flowers, they really are some of my favourites. Tulips, hydrangea, carnations, roses – they’re all just lovely in white!
via Kari Herer
via Marshall Watson
via Colin Cowie
Happy Monday, everyone!
Happy Birthday Mom!
I’m spreading some pretty white goodness to you this Monday in the form of these gorgeous paper flowers! I think this elaborate floral artwork created by Helen Frances is simply stunning.
framed ivory floral paper art cluster, $250, Frances and Francis
Many thanks to Adrienne S. for sending this my way.
Canadian photographer Tina Beynen of Joie de Vivre has really got an eye for beauty. Based in London, Ontario, Tina’s catalogue of photos includes everything from London landmarks and seasonal landscapes to architectural elements from her travels.
photo by Tina, Joie de Vivre
If you’re in the London area and would like to see Tina’s work in person, stop by The Met downtown.