“Pick me, pick me!”
You hop into the shower after your morning walk with thoughts of those sunny little wildflowers lingering in your head. They graced the view in several places along your path and seemed to beckon you to take them in.
As you get dressed for the day, you think of your old blue pitcher and how it would look so cheerful holding those sunny yellow Texas wildflower faces.
Maybe you should go back.
Dig Deeper to Find the Hidden Treasure
No additional motivation needed, you decide that your mission for the morning is to introduce the pretty yellow flowers to your old pitcher and see what transpires.
Scissors in hand, you head over to the empty lot. Upon closer observation, you see that the bold Black-Eyed Susans were hanging out very near to another wildflower that sat lower in the field and couldn’t be seen as well from the road.
What a welcome surprise!
The fuzzy blue-purple clumps of flowers, later identified with the help of a Wildflowers of Texas reference as Mistflower, seemed to beg to join the party as well. You snip a little greenery for filler and head back home.
Yellow and purple are complementary colors, so the marriage of these two wildflowers seems perfect in your blue sunflower pitcher. The arrangement comes together easily and you can’t help but smile at those little flower faces now sitting on your tabletop.
Share Your Fortunes with Your Friends
Now, this prompts another idea. Those flowers are too cute not to share!
Why not invite a friend over for a little impromptu brunch?
Pull together a fun little mix-and-match tablescape and give her a call. She’ll be honored that you did!
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