Merci makeupmistress! off to visit your blog!xoKit
Kit dearest!!! WHAT A FRENCH and fabulous header you have here! And those peonies???? I remember when I was living in Nice. Oh dear, every morning was a treat to wake up early and hit the streets and watch the merchants open up their shops, smell the pleasant odor of baked goods issue out from those little bakery windows and then go to the Saleya open market. Thank you for this lovely memory! AND thank you for stopping by to hop on the plane to Paris. Do come back next week to follow the links to the city of lights!Anita
Dear Anita! how lovely to see you! I did not know you LIVED in Nice, one of my all time favorite cities! Love Cours Saleya Mondays flower markets, what a treat to live there! I will indeed be boarding the plane for Paris via Castles, etc this Friday... looks like a wonderful adventure!bisous!Kit
Peonies are my all time favourite flowers... and en masse are too divine! I am in France at the moment.. and watching the Jubilee!! This world is so small !! Jenny
Bonjour Jenny Rose! enjoy wonderful France & the Jubilee!xoKit
My goodness that lavender is amazing! So deep and rich in color. Mine never gets that deep of purple. What am I doing wrong??
This particular bunch of lavender was grown in Sault, in Provence... must be the soil! :)Actually I think the pH of the soil does affect the deepness of the lavender color, I will check into this toohappy gardening and homebuilding.. I'm now a follower of your blog!Kit
This is wonderful, love the image of the bundles with Lavender !!! A beautiful plant, I use dried Lavender seeds when I make small cushions and hearts. They are always a favorite..~ Aina ~
HI Aina, do you sell these little creations of yours? I would love to see them!Kit
i love lavender! very nice... good job
Its the details of our lives I think that in some respects make the impact. Its only once in a while the big picture matters. I loves these photos of the details.
Wow! They are indeed very lovely! I thought they are artificial at first. Nice page.
Dearest Kit .... How are you and how was your incredible trip? The peonies and the lavender are stunning and so remind me of our beautiful Provence. I can't wait to see more but I know you are probably still very jetlagged and exhausted. Kit I am coming to New York in December and I don't know if you will be there but if you happened to be in the area I would so love to meet you. I have already organized with Karina to meet for a day of fun in the Big Apple on Thursday 6th December for lots of bubbles, shopping and all that New York entails!!!!!! can't wait to see more of Provencelove and best wishes Frannyps I know you are in San Fran and it is a long way from New York but if by chance you might have been there at that time it would be incredible to meet you!
Kit that incredible lavender!! The first basket of peonies!! I am with Anita on her Paris Adventure...Anita's Parisian PartyxoxoKarenaArt by Karena
I cannot think of anything that smells better than fresh bunches of lavender, seriously, I could almost smell them as I looked at that picture! And my grandmother always had big peony plants in the garden by her front door - wow, your post took me back to happy times and made me smile. Thank you for that :)
waauw!! that blue lavendel, and the beautiful roses! When you come to Holland you can buy them for 3 euro! But we do not have so much Lavendel! kind regards! mieke
This is all very new to me and this article really opened my eyes.Thanks for sharing with us your wisdom.
I would love to hear what you think! merci!