3 Sympathy Flower Options To Consider

Posted on: 19 January 2017

Sympathy flowers are a great option to consider when you are trying to send a gift to someone that has recently lost someone or is currently grieving. One of the nicer things about sympathy flowers is that they can come in a wide range of different options that will allow you to greatly customize the gift for the recipient. Listed below are three sympathy flower options to consider. Urn Arrangement
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3 Easy Tips For Choosing The Most Fitting Funeral Flowers

Posted on: 24 October 2016

For years, offering flowers after the passing of a loved one or acquaintance has been considered a polite and thoughtful gesture. Even still, if you are faced with choosing flower arrangements for a funeral, picking the right type of arrangements can seem like an overwhelming feat. You will always want to choose arrangements or bouquets that are suitable for the event, but if you are like most, you will want to make sure the flowers are representational of the relationship you had with the deceased as well.
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Six Sweet Ideas For Summer Container Gardens

Posted on: 1 August 2016

For a fun focal point or clever feature in your yard, consider some unique and easy-to-maintain container gardens. These are simple to plant, and require little more than a seedling and good-quality potting soil. Use items that you have around your home to bring an unconventional twist to your potted plants, flowers, and foliage. Six sweet ideas for clever container gardens are: A boot full of marigolds. Marigolds are an easy blooming plant that can help keep mosquitoes away from your yard.
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For Christian Women Only: 5 Ways To Minister To The Needs Of Single Moms In Your Church Family

Posted on: 25 April 2016

Being a single mom isn't easy. Being a single mom at church can be even tougher when many church events seem to be focused on couples. Single moms may feel like they don't fit in at church, and in extreme cases some may even feel they are being judged because of their circumstances. You can make a difference in the lives of single moms in your church family by knowing their needs and understanding their struggles.
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