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A Father’s Day Sunday Thought

One of the biggest life lessons my dad taught me was to never compare my life to others, that we all have our own special gifts/talents, and to run with them.



Victorinox Chocolates

I found these chocolates at the Fancy Food Show in San Francisco and was completely charmed by them, thinking they would be the perfect treat added to a Father’s Day card. Clever, to say the least, these milk chocolate treats are shaped like the utilitarian Swiss army pocket knives. Extra added bonus is the chocolate is really good, with a hint of hazelnut. We carry them now year round, but thought they would be a fab dad gift too.



Happy Father’s Day and Start of Summer

20150621-043756.jpg A happy Father’s Day to all of the men out there reading that are celebrated on this fine day. The sweet woman who bags my groceries the other day sent me off with farewell Father’s Day wishes, which I thought was so kind, even though I don’t have children. It is just nice to have a day to reflect on our own father, whether you get to spend time with them today, speak with them by phone, or just get to bask in the memory of them. It is lovely to have a day to honor Dad. As well as ring in the official change of the season. I wish for you just the very best Summer ahead. Bought my very first dahlia of the season yesterday, which I loved the symbolism of. They are such Summer flowers, thriving in the sun & heat, producing such gorgeously creative blooms.

Happy Sunday everyone!