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A Rose Garden Wedding by Side of Sneakers Posted Mon 13 Jun 2011 9:26am Though the entire day was gray and rainy, the clouds parted and the sun almost started to shine in the hours just before the wedding. Rain on your wedding day is supposed to be good luck, but the wind settling and the sun shining through the clouds just as vows are exchanged has got to be a sign of more than just good luck. ... Read on »
Turquoise Rose Cake and a Wedding by Heather Hands, RD Posted Mon 02 Apr 2012 9:26pm I rarely need an excuse to make cake. I do however need people with a healthy appetite for sugar and butter. Surely, there is no point making a cake and eating it all to yourself. Cake is meant to be shared with friends and family and is meant to bring people together. It is sweet, often colorful, and sometimes filled with coins wrapped in pa ... Read on »
Wedding Talk Wednesday: Honeymoon Dresses & Rose Petals… by WithASideOfHope Posted Wed 25 Apr 2012 6:59am Hi there!  Happy Wednesday to you!  This week is flying by.  I think it’s because I worked a half-day on Friday and then I had off on Monday.  So this is a shortened week for me.  I am definitely not complaining!  What is up with this weather though?  It’s been freezing the past couple of days.  I actually walked out of the house to some frost ... Read on »
Wedding Dress by pandoracharms Posted Wed 28 Dec 2011 1:23am Every September was the "Busy Wedding Month" in pandora town. "Do you know Rachel (become pandora necklace at night)will get married this month?" Amy (became pandora bracelets at night) asked her sister. "Our cousin, Rachel?" "Yes." Amy answered. "Wow!" Emma (became pandora charms at night) cheered and said, "How old is she? Is she younger than yo ... Read on »
A Rose by any other name by Sally C. Posted Fri 11 Oct 2013 11:51am Maggie is completing an assignment today; but it was not assigned by her own teacher, rather by her Uncle Pat who also happens to be a teacher. Maggie and her classmates have an appointment at the Mission high Museum today so she can do her best to complete the assignment. This all started a few weeks ago when my brother Pat asked me if I ... Read on »
A rose isn't always a rose by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:15pm Last night was buddy run night. Several of the mentors were moving their runs to Walnut Creek so that they could go to Taco Tuesday afterward. That sounded like fun, so I packed my running gear so I wouldn't have to go home between work and the run. It meant staying at the office late so I -- yeah, I ended up going home. I decided at about 5: ... Read on »
Roses Aren’t Just for Valentine’s Day by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Sep 2010 9:22am When you picture a rose, what do you see? Most of us would answer a long-stemmed, perfectly formed and brilliantly colored red rose. Valentine’s day has made sure that red roses are a staple of love and romance, and the price shows it around that time of the year! Roses aren’t just for Valentine’s Day, though. Ask any woman who enjoys recei ... Read on »
Wedding Flowers and Temple Landscaping by VW Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jun 2010 10:58am My brother got married last weekend at the LDS temple in Richland, WA, and of course I took some pictures of the flowers and landscaping around the temple. The roses were in full bloom and were breathtaking! The landscaping made good use of large masses of plants. I'm not sure which rose this is. The flowers look too big to be 'Bon ... Read on »
Diary of a Gluten Free Wedding Cake by GFreeLivingNow Posted Mon 30 Jul 2012 12:00am                      By Shelia Cafferty  I love making and decorating gluten free cakes so when I was asked to decorate a cake for someone with multiple allergies I thought why not!  In retrospect, I am not sure it was the smartest thing to take on another project being that I have been working on the   Gluten Free Living Now Ex ... Read on »
Diary of a Gluten Free Wedding Cake by GFreeLivingNow Posted Mon 30 Jul 2012 9:50pm                      By Shelia Cafferty  I love making and decorating gluten free cakes so when I was asked to decorate a cake for someone with multiple allergies I thought why not!  In retrospect, I am not sure it was the smartest thing to take on another project being that I have been working on the   Gluten Free Living Now Exp ... Read on »