It’s been a little quiet here at Clover and Thyme for the past week or so…our family is vacationing at the Jersey Shore, enjoying the start of summer with a healthy dose of sun, surf and sand. You know it’s been a relaxing vacation when you lose track of what time of day it is, and your June magazine issues have the scratchy sound of sand stuck between the pages.
I’ll be back to posting come Monday, I’ll most certainly have a big garden update to share along with photos from our time here at the shore.
I found these Ball jars at an antique store yesterday. I’m loving them already, especially when filled with flowers from my kiddies and hubberman!
I hope everyone has a lovely Mother’s Day this Sunday!
May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Please take a moment to watch this video. It’s powerful stuff. My mom has had skin cancer twice on her face. I have many of the risk factors, so I see my dermatologist a least once a year for a full body check. If you have any risk factors for skin cancer, get a check up! Soon.
- A lighter natural skin color.
- Family history of skin cancer.
- A personal history of skin cancer.
- Exposure to the sun through work and play.
- A history of sunburns early in life.
- A history of indoor tanning.
- Skin that burns, freckles, reddens easily, or becomes painful in the sun.
- Blue or green eyes.
- Blond or red hair.
- Certain types and a large number of moles.
Dear 16 Year Old Me
For those of you who are celebrating, I wish you a blessed Easter. I have a little tradition of watching this video of a sermon by Dr. S.M. Lockridge each Easter. Enjoy and have a wonderful day!
There’s a frost warning tonight! Battening down the hatches on the Grow Camp and rolling the herb garden planter into the garage tonight!