Best Moment Award

A big 'Thank You' to Grandma at: http://crankycaregiver.wordpress.com/2013/04/30/a-great-moment-in-my-life/ for nominating me for the 'Best Moment Award'. This is my first time to receive this award and I am truly honored. Give Grandma a visit. I think you will enjoy reading her experiences, thoughts, and views. She is a remarkable writer; funny and serious. Awarding the... Continue Reading →

Mellow Yellows

Happy Mellow Yellow Day! Today, for Mellow Yellows, I am going to post about the 'Yellow Flowers' of the Ylang-ylang tree. Hope you enjoy! Courtesy of Yahoo Images The Ylang-ylang tree, (Cananga odorata from the Annonaceae Family), grows and is cultivated in the Comores, Java, Madagascar, Philippines, Reunion, and Sumatra. The Ylang-ylang tree has deep... Continue Reading →

The Sunshine Award

The Sunshine Award Thanks to EW Brown at: http://ghoststoriesfiction.wordpress.com/2013/04/29/803/ for nominating me for The Sunshine Award. I love getting Awards. 🙂 Questions Favourite colour: Blue Favourite animal: Bear Favourite number: 5 Favourite non-alcoholic drink: Green Tea Favourite alcoholic drink: Southern Comfort Facebook or Twitter: Both My passions: My grandchildren, gardening, reading, writing Giving or receiving... Continue Reading →

Ylang-Ylang Essential Oil

Ylang-ylang Essential Oil The Ylang-ylang tree, (Cananga odorata from the Annonaceae Family), grows and is cultivated in the Comores, Java, Madagascar, Philippines, Reunion, and Sumatra. The Ylang-ylang tree has deep yellow flowers with thick petals. Ylang-ylang means ‘flower of flowers’. The flowers are picked early in the morning and steam distilled to obtain the essential... Continue Reading →

Y is for Ylang-ylang Essential Oil

A to Z April Blogging Challenge http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/ Y is Ylang-ylang Essential Oil The Ylang-ylang tree, (Cananga odorata from the Annonaceae Family), grows and is cultivated in the Comores, Java, Madagascar, Philippines, Reunion, and Sumatra. The Ylang-ylang tree has deep yellow flowers with thick petals. Ylang-ylang means 'flower of flowers'. They are picked early in the... Continue Reading →

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