“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?
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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.