Ummm….anyone else out there feel like they are barely coming up for air after a busy Pesach?
So maybe the kitchen is back to normal and the taste of garlic, cilantro and 6 layer cakes fill a certain creative void but really…I’m somewhat
having a hard time letting goÂ nostalgic of yom tov afternoons with everyone around, chatting, playing, sharing and just being together….all the time.
To Â me this is really the icing on the cake, a Pesach cake…that is.
In all honesty, I’m facing ‘Yom Tov withdrawal syndrome’.
But Spring is here and so is my ‘to do list’, so I decided to combine the two.
Always looking to re-define, re-design, re-group…I find myself outside under a market umbrella enjoying the sounds of the kids playing and typing as fast as they’ll let me.
So here is a new season of blog posts, a new season of blossoms.
More posts to come as I jump in on my women’s event taking place on Lag B’Omer, Shavuos crafts and Ice Cream ideas for our next Yom Tov…
Until then, enjoy this Shavuos Booklet that I made for a Flower arranging class for women.
I used this as my ‘class’ guideline and it was one of my favorite programs!
The booklet doubled as a ‘take home’ source of inspiration.
I called my favorite florist and asked the lady who I’m friendly with if she would come and teach a class and bring all the equipment, flowers etc. I asked women to bring a vase and charged a minimal fee for the evening. (I paid for all the flowers from the flower mart as well as her time).
It was a very highly energizing evening with refreshments camaraderie, laughter and creativity.
A special thank you to Sara Bluming for use of some of her class points as well as Chabad.org.
Wishing you all easy transitions into beautiful beginnings.