Monthly Archives: July 2024

A Week of Quiet Joys🌷

Each day holds simple pleasures…a bloom in the garden, a shared meal, a moment of laughter…that remind us of the quiet joys that make life truly beautiful.💗 – Marcia This week has been one of those weeks that quietly filled me with gratitude and warmth. Simple pleasures and cherished moments took center stage, and I found myself basking in the joy of community and nature. One of the highlights was our PEO chapter’s initiation of a new member. We gathered for a potluck social, and it was heartwarming to share delicious food and laughter with such wonderful friends while welcoming … Read the full blog post

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Summer Garden Update on the Oregon Coast

In the warmth of summer, a garden blooms with a vibrant symphony of colors and fragrances, offering a serene escape and a reminder of nature’s timeless beauty. -Marcia The summer on the Oregon coast is the most beautiful place to be. The weather is warmer yet not oppressive, and just between you and me, there is no place more beautiful than this area during the summer months. I absolutely refuse to leave this time of year. Let me share my garden update. Spring to Summer Transition As spring ended, the bluebells and various lilies, like the Calle lilies, completed their … Read the full blog post

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🎁Christmas in July🌟

“It’s summer and I’m already in the Christmas spirit” -Holiday Love Hello, sweet friend… I hope you are doing well… I’ve been incredibly busy this summer, taking part in a local theater production that has been an absolute blast. Because of this, I’m taking the opportunity to share some of my favorite past posts with you. This one, in particular, is close to my heart because it’s all about one of my favorite activities: hosting a Christmas in July party! I think it’s great that Christmas doesn’t have to come only once a year… especially if you are anything like … Read the full blog post

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