Last week we snuck over the great Orange Curtain that divides Orange County and Riverside County in California and spent a few days at Knott's Berry Farm and hanging out with family visiting the area. We passed right by the more popular and well known theme park (aka The House of Mouse) for a variety… Continue reading A Fun Day at Knott’s Berry Farm
Today the Friday Frivolity hosts are sharing some of our favorite Funny Stock Photos. If you are a blogger, you know you need a "pinnable image". And if you aren't the best photography, stock photography can be your best friend. Non-bloggers might also find themselves needing fun photos for presentations or just a good laugh.… Continue reading Sources for Free Funny Stock Photos plus Friday Frivolity Blog Party
In honor of California Native Plant Week I thought I'd share with you some photos of my favorite California native plants, all of which just so happen to be in my backyard. Last week I posted some photos of the overall landscape in place in our yard since we switched to a drought tolerant… Continue reading Photos of My Favorite California Native Plants
While Northern California may have received plenty of rain this winter, the El Nino seems to have missed Southern California again this year. While we did get more precipitation than we have in the past few years we are still in a drought and we will be for the foreseeable future. Homeowners and businesses would… Continue reading Drought Tolerant Gardening with California Native Plants
Have you ever felt the urge to change things up in your home but haven't wanted to spend a lot of money to do so? The urge to refresh my home has been pretty strong lately but the budget is screaming no way! So, I have decided to do a few things, without spending a… Continue reading Picture Frames: From Glitzy Gold to Faux Wood
In honor of St Patrick's Day and the first day of Spring right around the corner, I thought I 'd share some gorgeous green spring garden photos with you.
It is pink time in my neighborhood. In middle to late February the non fruiting plum trees lining our street begin to bloom. Bright cheery pink blossoms abound. And the smell is magnificent. According to Epoch Times: The plum blossom has been an important symbol in Chinese culture. As a “friend of winter,” the… Continue reading Pretty in Pink – Plum Blossom Photos
I know it is February 3rd, and I am just now posting January Garden Photos. I could have backdated the post by a few days, but the truth is I just now got them edited to put up. January in a California native garden is actually just the beginning of a magical time. Especially if… Continue reading January 2016 – Garden Photos