Last November, I went to a farm conference where I was introduced to a line of bath, body, and spa products that changed my life. I fell in love the lotion bars not to mention how great they were for my skin.
Well I liked the products so well that I signed up to be a consultant with Jordan Essentials. We had our local meeting this week and I was "queen of the sales" for the month of March and I had the highest party total in the nation two weeks ago! Between this and photography, I have been a little busy!
I wore my tiara and pin home from the meeting hoping I didn't get pulled over and have to explain what was on my head, LOL!! It is mine for the month unless I have the highest sales for the month of April. You never know!!
I recently finished Heart of Ice by Lis Wiehl and April Henry and I really enjoyed it. At the beginning it was a little hard keeping the characters straight because it jumps back and forth between them. However, it didn't take long for me to get sucked into the story. The story kept my attention all the way through. The characters were well described and flowed together well. The last few chapters definitely are a page turner and I couldn't put it down till I knew what happened. Also, the door was left open for more books in this series. I didn't realize it was part of a series, so you can easily read it as a stand alone.
This week's I Heart Faces challenge is wind. I thought this picture fit the theme.
It is actually 100 steps from my door up into my garden. This is no where near as interesting and wonderful as last year when my 100 steps were taken in Gulf Shores. I would so love to be back there as I woke up to a dreary, rainy, 39 degree morning.
Anyway, I have things planted like onions, broccoli and cabbage. My asparagus is in its second year so next year we will get to eat it! Also behind the asparagus my strawberries are in full bloom! The trailer in the background hold cinder blocks that I will be using to extend my garden this year. I forgot to take up (sky) and down (ground) shots but it wasn't a pretty day anyway. I love my garden and can't wait for it to warm up enough to get in the tomatoes!
This past weekend I had a huge family photo shoot. While there I was asked if I would follow a couple around their farm and take pictures at their favorite spots. The day started out a little cloudy which was great because I didn't have my reflector. Also my assistant decided to stay in the house and eat cake, Thank you son! As soon as we started out the sun made its presence known. Oh well, we made the best of the situation!