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Monday, September 9, 2019

A differnt kind of Garden Tour

 Some of you may remember that we hosted Daybreak at our Little Garden That Could last summer, below is the post I shared about our first garden tour.

Well, earlier this year Daybreak asked if they could come again for a tour in 2019. They had so much fun last year, they wanted to come back.
I said "yes"!

Well, wouldn't you know the day we planned to have the tour, our weather was not the best. 
We contacted our local Cameron Community Center and asked if we could bring Daybreak and The Little Garden that Could to the Center.
They said "yes"!

We set up tables and chairs. We shared our flowers and vegetables. 
 And we made bouquets for each participant to take home.

 

Plan B worked. We thank the Cameron Community Center for allowing us to bring the garden inside for Daybreak to enjoy.

Also a big Thank You to our friends Charles and Kathy who donated flowers for the bouquets.

 

18 comments:

  1. Carla, I love this idea...glad you came up with a plan "B" . It's seems like a fun project really. It's so nice to have great friend we can count on. Blessings to all, xoxo, Susie

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  2. This is just so awesome! And even BETTER this time for the people who would not have been able to get out. I imagine some would miss flowers so much! How much it would have brightened their day! You are for sure using the gift that God gave you in the most wonderful way.

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  3. Wow - this is so super awesome!!! Beautiful flowers and congrats on having a Plan B - I always forget to do that!

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  4. You're spreading sunshine and flowers everywhere you go! What a beautiful event!

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  5. How wonderful was that. Making arrangements can be so much fun. I worked in floral kiosk in a mall back in Illinois. I was the manger and I made floral arrangements.

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  6. What a wonderful event. I bet you are on to Annual Party #3 next year! What a great thing to do! xoDiana

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  7. Sounds like a lovely event--even having to use Plan B.

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  8. I'm glad it worked out for everyone. Those flowers are beautiful.

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  9. What a wonderful job you have. My mom had that disease and I knew which caretakers at her facility made her feel calm and safe. We treasured the staff she could feel calm around. What a gift you give each day. I came to you from Meredith's blog.

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  10. What a great service you provide for the seniors. I think it's wonderful that you came up with a plant to host the event despite the inclement weather... It looks like it's becoming an annual event.
    Hugs, Julia

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  11. Beautiful event and beautiful you and your generous heart. Love that you started this event and have all the Daybreak friends to join in. What a nice community to kick in for a plan B because of the weather. So sweet and a nice story to read. Happy New Week.
    xoxo

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  12. What a wonderful event, and so thoughtful to have a plan B. God Bless You!! Debbie xo

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  13. Well done.
    What a fabulous event.
    I did enjoy seeing all of your photographs.

    All the best Jan

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  14. Good for you! It looks like it all worked out well and everyone had a great time! :)

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  15. Hi Carla what lovely pictures and a beautiful event. I am your newest follower hope you will visit and follow me too.
    Those flowers are so pretty and what a beautiful kind heart you have,well done my friend xx

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  16. Three cheers for your plan B!! So glad it worked out!

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  17. What a great plan B! You are part of such a great community!

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High Fives from Wisconsin!

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