“I also love glass juice bottles with the labels off to make vases for pretty little posies,” she said.
I was inspired. Next time I went to the supermarket, I bought — wait for it — 6 bottles of 200 ml prune juice. The checkout attendant may, or may not have looked at me strangely. I felt like saying, “Hey! I’m a blogger and this other blogger told me about using juice bottles as a vase for flowers, and I couldn’t find anything but prune juice in 200ml glass bottles, and plastic bottles don’t have the same charm, so I just bought the prune juice.” Awkward…
Yes, I drank it all but don’t worry: not in one sitting. I do believe I feel healthier! Any more questions? No? Let’s move on very quickly. So, once I got through all the juice, I removed the labels, just like Veggie Mama said. I tell you, those little glass bottles have given me so much joy over these last weeks!
This is what makes the blogging world go round: two regular people sharing ideas and passing around the joy. Will you forgive me for doing another flow chart?
So, thank you for leaving comments; it adds so much value to the blog (and, as you can see, to my everyday life!).
Take a look at my 6 empty prune juice bottles now.
How awesome do they look?!
I don’t know if this post is about the health benefits of prune juice, what makes the blog world spin or using empty bottles as vases. Who cares? It’s all good stuff.
Simple things. Small Joys.
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