Thursday, May 14, 2009

Peonies for Your Thoughts

I couldn't resist buying a bouquet of peonies for Christian's kindergarten teacher last year. Arranged in a pretty covered casserole dish she could keep, the huge pink blooms made a lovely end-of-year gift.


12 comments:

Sandy Toes said...

I bet the teachers love you! Beautiful.
sandy toe

Vonda Chalfant said...

Those are gorgeous! Peonies are my favorite flower! Miss you!

Lisa said...

You give such thoughtful gifts!

Tracy said...

Peonies are so pretty! I'll have to add these beauties to my garden. :)

Dawn O. said...

Peonies are my favorite flower! Call me silly but I have never noticed that they are available to buy anywhere! I will have to keep my eyes open now! Beautiful arrangement.

Allidink said...

How nice! That is a sweet gift anyone would love to receive it :)

All the best,
Allison

Mama said...

Hello Melissa, your pink cupcakes look so delicious, I would love a cup of tea and one of those right now lol. Christian's teacher must have been so delighted with the peonies and casserole gift, what a lovely idea. your peony mosaic is so pretty. happy Thursday, Kathy.

kykathy said...

So pretty, as always! I have a question for you--and a plea! Do you have any ideas for a dinosaur party for my soon to be 3 year old son? Food? If you could offer suggestions, I'd be ever so grateful!!! Thanks!!
Kathy
kykathy@aol.com

sle said...

My all time favorite! I have a few bushes in my backyard and a vase sitting on the table right now. The pictures are beautiful.

Donna @ Party Wishes said...

Peonies just don't grow that well in Los Angeles. You can buy 3 flowers and the flower mart downtown for $7.00. Very pricey!

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