There’s no such thing as a boring shade of gray. Check out this collection of gray interior paint colors from BEHR to see all the different shades that one color can offer. Yellow- and red-toned grays offer a warm greige hue that will make any room in your home feel cozy and inviting. Blue- and purple-toned grays, on the other hand, offer a more traditional look that pairs well with white accents.
It may be September but I've still got a bumper crop of mint in the garden. There are only so many mint juleps a girl can (or rather, should) consume, so I'm trading them in for this herby, hydrating, naturally detoxifying concoction from Kimberly Snyder, the mastermind behind my life-changing
Chamomile Chamomile is known by almost everyone for it’s ability to ease us into sleep, when steeped into a tea. It also is used for stomach upset. Dry the flowers for long term storage in ziploc bags, or use them fresh steeped into a tea. This is a gentle herb that can be used for children as well. The best variety to grow, and the most commonly used for tea is German Chamomile.
Lemon-Mint Sun Tea Syrup: .5 c honey, .5 c water Tea: 3/4 c peppermint leaves, lightly crushed, 1/2 c lemon balm leaves, lightly crushed, 3–4 sliced lemons, 5 bags black tea, 1 gallon pitcher & water Toss peppermint, lemon & lemon balm into empty 1 gallon, pitcher. In pan, 1/2 c honey & 1/2 cup water boil over medium high heat while stirring. Remove slowly pour syrup into pitcher, coating herbs. Tie tea to dangle into pitcher. fill with cold water,stir. Set outside, full sun for 2-4…