Cindy Blue

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Life's too short to do everything I want to, so I'm determined to live to - let's say 110!
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Helen's most valued Blue Vanda Orchid

Helen's most valued Blue Vanda Orchid

Sneak Peek at Devil In Spring!  Pin your favorite recipe that uses Lord St. Vincent's least favorite veggie. Tag it #stvincentcarrots so we can find it.

Sneak Peek at Devil In Spring! Pin your favorite recipe that uses Lord St. Vincent's least favorite veggie.

Estate in west Ireland.  The corner hidden by the bushes was part of a castle. In the 19th century, the property (what was left of it) was bought and the part you can really see here was added.  It's vacant, but if I were a millionaire, I'd buy it and rebuild and furnish it enough to let people come in to see what's left.

Estate in west Ireland. The corner hidden by the bushes was part of a castle. In the 19th century, the property (what was left of it) was bought and the part you can really see here was added. It's vacant, but if I were a millionaire, I'd buy it and rebuild and furnish it enough to let people come in to see what's left.

I know it hasn't come out yet, but since it's the 3rd in the Ravenels series and involves the son of Evie Jenner, how can it not end up being one of my favorites?

Lisa Kleypas has a new book coming out about the son of the characters in The Devil in Winter. I am sure his character will be much less dark as, unlike his father, he has been raised by loving parents. Should be a fun read.

I love J.Jill, but this picture is so obviously Photoshopped it's ridiculous.

An essential to build your Pure Jill wardrobe.

Enter for a chance to win a copy of Marrying Winterborne AND a signed copy of Cold-Hearted Rake.

Marrying Winterborne, Book 2 in the historical fiction series, The Ravenels, written by Lisa Kleypas, NY Times bestselling author

Aran Island that I'll be visiting in late September.  Yippee!

Dun Aengus - prehistoric fort at the edge of an 100 meter high cliff. The first construction goes back to 1100 BC; around 500 BC, the triple wall defenses were probably built along the western side of fort.

Cuscuta or dodder is a parasitic plant and when I first saw this, I thought it was orange fiber or threads-not a real living organism.  Pretty weird

Cuscuta or dodder is a parasitic plant and when I first saw this, I thought it was orange fiber or threads-not a real living organism. Pretty weird

Purple Wood Sorrel, a lovely little groundcover

Purple Wood Sorrel, a lovely little groundcover

Texas Bindweed, a vine with flowers up to 1.5 inches.

Texas Bindweed, a vine with flowers up to 1.5 inches.

Scarlet Pea, a tiny little flower, maybe 3/4" long

Scarlet Pea, a tiny little flower, maybe 3/4" long