Thursday, May 30, 2013

Grocery Store Flowers

It doesn't take much to make me happy, and I think the money I spent for these gorgeous "grocery store flowers" was money well spent.

The mixed flowers were $9.99, and I couldn't resist adding a bouquet of red carnations for $4.99. I'm going to put them on the island in my kitchen, and they should stay fresh through the weekend.


I know they're going to make me happy every time I pass by them.

Best wishes to you for a happy weekend filled with
lots of simple pleasures ... like "grocery store flowers."


Stacey said...

I love to get grocery flowers. Yours are beautiful. I end up culling through them as the days go by and sometimes make more than one small bouquet. They are money well spent.

Sue said...

Good morning Janie, thank you so much for the beautiful flowers, I two enjoy "grocery store flowers", they seem to last forever, and your photography skills never cease to amaze me! so beautiful.
Enjoy your day and flowers.,

Dorothy said...

Gorgeous!! And the vase matches perfectly!!!

C M Designs said...

Happy weekend to you too Janie. Your flowers and vase are beautiful.
I love the red carnations.
Have fun !
Charlotte in Va.

RachelD said...

How perfectly lovely, and how DID you know I always wear my red clogs with a purple outfit?

I'm going to go right now and jot down some memories I've been meaning to put down, about one of the nicest bits of serendipity/lagniappe since we've lived up here.

Store flowers were involved.

love and,


The Quintessential Magpie said...

Funny that you should mention Grocery Store Flowers.
Love yours by the way.

I bought half a dozen roses at Publix for $4 and had a fabulous time photographing them as they opened. They went from peach to pink. I love me some grocery store goodies.

Whole Food had peonies, but the price was a bit dear.



Pat said...

Oh! Janie, how gorgeous! The flower colors all together are stunning!

The Monet looking vase is perfect for your "grocery store" arrangement. A little bit of loveliness for all to enjoy!

Beautiful photos as always.

Pat in Tallahassee