Joining Like Mother, Like Daughter (as is usual on a Sunday night).
Want to see my new terrarium?
I had a terrarium when I was a teenager, and when I saw some on the web recently-ish, I wanted another. But naturally I didn't want to spend much money. I managed to scrounge everything but the plants themselves, so I was pretty happy. I found this glass container in the storeroom (it was my in-laws'). Perfect! I had to try several stores before I found two different kinds of succulents~ I guess they are in high demand now~ for a total of $8. There was (never used) aquarium gravel in the storeroom too. That storeroom is a treasure trove! I got some moss out of the yard, and also a big rock (which you can't see in the picture). I always have potting soil on hand. A piece fell off the big plant when I was handling it, so I found this little pot and the little dish it's sitting on in the~ where else?~ storeroom!
Is it a sign that I lack personal depth that doing little things like this disproportionately boosts my spirits during the most dreary month of the year?
|The big rock from the yard and also a piece|
of coral from~ you guessed it~ the storeroom!
February is a dreary month, except our family celebrates two birthdays. First up was Hannah's, and it was a big one. She turned 18!
|Blurry picture, cute smile!|
|Minnie needed a little rest before she resumed looking for her owner.|