Before November ended, we got a Christmas shoebox. It’s our first Christmas shoebox and yes, it’s no ordinary shoebox. This is for Samaritan’s Purse’s Operation Christmas Child and this is our chance as a family to provide joy and hope to children in need around the world and letting them know of God’s unconditional love for them. For us, we think this is the most wonderful gift we could ever give.
It snowed last week and the little boys were very excited to see snow again. My eldest told me that he and his friends in school made a snowman with all the snow that we got. So I decided to make a snowman bento for my son for his lunch in school. I originally wanted to make Olaf but it turned out an epic fail. Olaf’s face was odd and funny-looking, so I scrapped the idea and just went for a plain snowman. So here’s my Snowman Bento:
You are never going to forget your wedding. It will be a day that lives on forever in your memory, and that is why you need to make sure that everything is as perfect for you. Between taking care of the dress, the tuxes, the catering and the invite list, you will find that wedding flowers may fall lower on your priorities. The truth is, as any florist will tell you, flowers set the scene! When you are looking for flowers, be willing to open your mind and your heart to some of the amazing choices out there. What areas should you think about when you are looking at the right wedding blooms?
1. Bouquet of the bride.