Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Today's picture/Himalayan salt lamp, pussy willows (from florist bouquet), and Dracaena fragrans

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  1. Such a peaceful image. Thanks for sharing it with us, Nan.

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    1. You're welcome. I like the way you described it.

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  2. A very warm calm vignette. How do you like your salt lamp?

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  3. I have the same Salt Lamp sitting in my bedroom.
    Love the soft glow at night.

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    1. You know, I had a feeling you might have one!

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  4. Such a lovely and serene little setting! I recognize the dracaena but wondered about the "fragrans"as I never knew of a scent. It seems that it of course would be with their flowers but have you ever seen one in bloom?
    I like the idea of the lamp. Does it keep the air cleaner?
    Best wishes on a very snowy day here in PA, north Chester county.
    Mary

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    1. I've not seen flowers on one. We had one ages ago, and I just bought this one recently online! Think of it.
      There are all kinds of claims for the salt lamp. I've only had it a few days, but the glow is so beautiful that if only for looks, it was worth buying.
      Snowy here, too. Not heavy yet.

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  5. Beautiful still life. I was just starting to ask you whether all they say about the salt lamp is true, but then I read your comment above. I believe that the glow alone would do it for me as well, but I would love to hear your review after you've lived with it for awhile.

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  6. I've wanted to get one, now after seeing the beautiful glow from yours I must put it on my wish list. It draws one like a moth to the flame, doesn't it? And the pussy willows with their promise of spring, I love them!

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    1. Mine was $43 at a kind of specialty, small health-food store. I just found it online from the company. https://www.ancient-secrets.com/salt-lamps-tea-lights/salt-lamps-tea-lights-salt-lamp-medium-3-5-lb.html
      I don't think you will be disappointed.
      The pussy willows were in a birthday gift bouquet last month. Such a treat to see them!

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  7. A wonderful warm glow! Pussy willows are so lovely, aren't they. There are plenty about now here along the fields and in some gardens. I would never take them from somewhere "wild", but like you, would love receiving them as part of a bouquet.

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    1. Would you not be allowed to pick from fields? Or along roads?

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    1. New to me, these lamps. I just bought a second one for the living room. This one is in the TV room. I even think that I feel more energized.

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