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Passover and Easter Prep

Definitions become part of the fabric of our society, family lives, culture, conversation, gifts, joys, sorrows, struggles, triumphs. As Passover and Easter approach, our shop is effected by these days and all their meanings to all our different clientele.  Passover: (AKA Pesach) is the springtime holiday observed by Jewish people everywhere on the date when G‑d took the Jewish people out of Egypt. It lasts for eight days (seven days in Israel), during which no bread, or anything that contains grain that has fermented, is to be consumed or even owned. Easter:  also called Pascha (Greek, Latin) or Resurrection Sunday, is a festival and holiday commemorating the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred on the third day after his burial following his crucifixion by the Romans at Calvary c. 30 AD. It is...

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Gift Guide // pt. 3 Polished

Because soap and brushes for your body or your space need to be replaced regularly and we need to shine you up good: all the best in the shop for you and your people. We collect the best and hope you can come by and see for yourself or give us a jingle and we can deliver.  And oh, this was taken in the shop this week. If you are into matching your supplies with your florals - we can manage it all. We love the natural forms and colors that are unusual for the season to make a statement. Come in and see.  See you in the shop or order any time day or night online.  Getting in the...

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Thanksgiving is here.

We are open 8AM-12PM on Thanksgiving day to pick up your centerpieces or hostess/host gifts. But, beat the rush and come in beforehand to select gifts and order for delivery. We know sometimes these things are the last on your list, so we are open for a few hours the day of to make sure everything on your list gets crossed off before joining your loved ones.  Please call to order or order online at anytime by Wednesday for pick up. We have  Let's start the grateful speak...a few things we are grateful for:  Family Friends Soulmates Fresh flowers Our local community Air to breathe Art on the walls Little giggles from siblings Pomegranates  Tulips Creosote Freshly sharpened pencils Vision...

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