When we think of the word “organic”, we relate to something that is natural, wholesome, crude, unrefined, untreated. Most often we think of fruit and vegetables which have been cultivated in harmony with nature, and not treated with chemicals found in fertilizers and pesticides. However there is also organic milk and milk byproducts.
I love tea, as you know from my previous post, so when a friend of mine told me about this tea room in our area, I shared that information with my daughter, and we decided to definitely stop by for tea one day.
I can’t believe how time flies. I have been a grandmother for a whole year already, and it has been such a wonderful experience. If any of you, who are reading this post, are already grandmothers, you know exactly what I mean. Those of you who are anxiously awaiting for this honor to be bestowed upon you, I am suggesting to hold on tight, and patiently wait your turn, because it is worth every second, and you will feel blessed.
If you have been following my last few posts, you already know about the baby shower I organized for my daughter, last spring. Like any other special event, baby showers also end with a thank you and a keepsake, also referred to as “favor”. I have prepared my favors from a pink votive candle in a glass jar, wrapped in pink tulle, tied with a dainty pink ribbon, plus a special Thank You note from the baby, text of which I am including in this post.
Showers are lots of fun, since you get to see so many interesting gifts, chat with your old friends, and meet new ones, snack on variety of tasty foods, play fun games, and even win prizes… if you’re lucky.
I will share a couple of the games we played at my daughter’s baby shower.