It is truly amazing how fast time flies by, especially as we get older. My mother always says, “Wait til you get my age! It goes sooo fast.”
I read somewhere the reason it feels like life is moving so fast sometimes is because of our “routines” and if we change them, things won’t feel so fast, but routines and traditions are inevitable, plus we enjoy them.
Today I saw an “award” on my WordPress Blog message board.
It says today is the 4th year anniversary of my blog – geesh! I can not believe I started this blog 4 years ago – where did the time go? And I have 224 posts to date. Stats continue to rise and I truly appreciate all the visitors to my blog. It is incredible the other bloggers you can meet just by being a blogger.
Nowadays, I don’t bother searching for something via websites, I always go to blogs when I want to find something creative or when I need information.
But other things that seem to creep up quickly – are the months. My husband always says, “Wow, it’s xx month already – like October – its here – and then he will follow with, “Next thing you know it is Christmas, and then New Years, and then time to open the pool, then time to close the pool, then time to take stuff off the deck…” I usually stop him with, “Cut THAT out!” LOL. He’s right now, we barely swam in our pool and just closed it up recently, how does that happen so fast?
A CLASS IN DECEMBER
It may seem early to be talking about December, but I just posted more information regarding my annual holiday class called “Evergreen Kissing Ball & Holiday Creations“.
The planning for this event starts in October for me. You see, I have to place orders to my growers and suppliers now to ensure I will receive my batches of fresh quality evergreens for my attendees. They don’t get cut now but they need to know what to expect from their clients, so yesterday I had the pleasure of selecting the greens and creating my advance documentation about the class. Some folks did ask recently if I’m holding the class again – and the answer is YES! So click on my Cathy T Class page from my menu if you wish to get on board early.
That’s it for now – just a quick post. Onto planning for my October class, being held this Sunday, October 13th, on how to overwinter tropical plants. The weather this year is warm compared to last year this time – I remember, because I setup a fire pit outside last year when I did this class, and this year, it is still warm and even humid.
Last night, I had my slider door open to allow the fresh air – amazing for October. But it could change with a snap of your fingers. I’m starting to do some container garden clean-up this week – thinking tomorrow because the sun is suppose to be out, so it will be enjoyable.
The take down of my tropical plants for storage over the winter will be held off for Sunday. So if you want to join me to learn the process, please contact me by Friday, October 11th, of this week. It will be here before you know it.
Thanks for dropping in again – so enjoy your visits.
Thanks everyone one on the congrats. I think the first year was just learning the techie stuff, and this year I changed the look of my blog. It is a never-ending learning process. My blog is focused now on “combining nature with art” and of course, on container gardening, my passion. Glad you are enjoying my posts! Cathy T
Congrats!! I am just coming up on my one year for my current blog. How great to have this outlet and to be able to share so many thoughts and ideas & to teach your classes : )
Love your blog. Congrats on all the hard work. Four years of labor and a whole lot of love. Well deserved! Cheers
Congrats on your anniversary! I want to go to this Kissing Ball class so badly, but can’t commit to the date just yet. Is this price correct? My cost to attend and create the kissing ball would be $25 or $35 depending on the size? Let me know.
Thanks Bonnie. On your question regarding the class, at my Dec 7th class, you have the option to make a regular sized or large sized kissing ball, wreath, candle centerpiece, or even a container filled with fresh evergreens. The prices are based on the item selected, lowest starts at $25 and highest to $35-40. I will send you photos of the samples of the evergreen creations and prices. I would love to have you join our group – it is a fun event! Cathy T