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Mom part 5 // Sunday May 12

The ethereal, the one of a kind, the powerful, the prima ballerina...Anna Pavlova. (She was a famous Russian prima ballerina and choreographer. The company she founded in 1911 was the first to tour ballet around the world.) We cannot get enough of this design...reflecting the roses tossed on stage after her performances and the branches imitating the leaps of the great Anna.  Order online now in our Mother's Day shop or call the shop 602-840-4646 for assistance. We would love to take your order and answer any questions you may have.  Until then...we salute our ballerinas and their mothers.  x Teresa  

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Mom Part 1 // Sunday May 12

As Mother's Day is fast approaching we are preparing in the shop to celebrate the role of the mother and all that entails. We are collecting poetry and notes about our own mothers..the complexity of our relationships, the ease of our love, and the everlasting bond. (Pictured are wraps available in the shop.)  Remember to order your flowers for Mother's Day online in our Mother's Day shop or call the shop at 602-840-4646.  And don't forget the grandmothers, wives, steps, adopted, aunts, sisters, and friends.  Poem by Maya Angelou Mother, A Cradle to Hold Me “It is trueI was created in you.It is also trueThat you were created for me.I owned your voice.It was shaped and tuned to soothe me.Your arms...

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Grateful

  Grateful for more today and even more tomorrow...another day lived on mother earth.  Birds of the air Warmth of the sun Air to breathe Hearts that pump Hot tea Fresh coat of paint Generosity Butterflies in your stomach Lyrics Memorized and you, we are grateful for you. Come see us in the shop Wednesday or Thursday 8AM-12PM for centerpiece pick up, hostess gifts, flowers for loved ones, and cards to go with.  We are grateful every time you walk through our doors.  x Teresa

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Orchids in the Shop

We are currently bewitched by the power of the orchids in the shop. They are enchanting and rare and beautiful. We love them and understand how they transform a space. Plus, their history makes them all the more intriguing.  Here is some Orchid research from FTD Designs:  One of the major orchid genera is Paphiopedilum. The name is derived from the word “Paphos” which is the name of the temple where the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, was worshiped. In Ancient Greece, it was believed that parents could choose the sex of their child by eating the orchid’s tubers. If the father ate thick, fleshier tubers, the child would turn out to be a male. If the mother ate smaller,...

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