Saturday morning was a lot of fun. I was invited to teach a 30 minute class for the 6th Annual Emergency Preparedness Fair. Their website is:
You might remember I am a member of the Benton County Master Gardener Program.
Here we are at the booth, Anita, Me, and Mechel.
I chose to wear a leapord print dress with a taupe shrug (Dress Barn), ballet flats (Bjorn), and dark brown jewelry (my dear friend, Melissa).
My class was titled "Herbs... A Place to Begin".
As promised at the class, the full power point presentation will be posted on my blog and on www.nwapreparednessfair.com later this week.
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Your house is so charming, Marci! And you look lovely in your soft print dress. Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday.ReplyDelete
I so love Visible Monday! Thank you for all the inspiration, Patti! -MarciDelete
Cute dress...nice choice!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Pam! -MarciDelete
Love that leopard dress it looks great on you. Happy Monday!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Kim! It was great for the class! -MarciDelete
Hurray for Master Gardeners! That is so awesome you are one, so much knowledge about the garden. :-) CUTE dress!ReplyDelete
The Master Gardening program is wonderful! It is a HUGE knowledge base! Thank you for visiting my blog! -MarciDelete
Marci, your dress is beautiful! So flattering and feminineReplyDelete
Thank you! It's one of my favorites! -MarciDelete