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DIY Painted Lawn Stars by The Concrete Cottage and other cute and easy Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day and patriotic DIY decorations!

12 Red White and Blue Decoration Ideas

Paint hearts on lawn DIY Painted Lawn Stars by The Concrete Cottage and other cute and easy Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day and patriotic DIY decorations!

22 Popular North American Birds #Infographic #America #Birds

22 Popular North American Birds #Infographic

This infographic from MJJ Sales shows off a collection of 22 of the most popular birds found in North America. You can also see what regions of the continent they are most commonly found and what types of food and seeds you can use to attract them.

I love this rock sculpture!  Check out this article for 2012's garden trends via/@Genevieve Schmidt Great info! #gardenchat

2012 Garden Trends: What the Cool Kids are Planting This Year

I wrote this article for USA Today that touches on some of the 'Hidden' gems in DC. From historic Eastern Market to the College Park Aviation Museum, I love each of these spots and so does my family. Pictured is "Baked and Wired" an AMAZING bakery and coffee stop.

'Hidden' attractions in Washington, D.C.

Hidden attractions in DC. From historic Eastern Market to the College Park Aviation Museum, I love each of these spots and so does my family. Pictured is "Baked and Wired" an AMAZING bakery and coffee stop.

"k. Frangipani" The frangipani grows widely around the warmer parts of Australia. It has beautiful flowers with a stunning perfume. This decorative tree, with its fragrant scented five petal flowers, conjures up the feel of the tropics, warm summer days and exotic island escapes. The frangipani originated in southern Mexico, central America and the Caribbean.

Another Pinner said: I had a frangipani (plumaria to you non-Floridians) tree in my back yard when I lived in Key Largo.

14 Things You Can Only Do in Dallas  Drink outside in 107-degree weather and not have people think you're crazy. No Dallasite will ever let mild discomfort force them to sit, gasp... indoors. Between Truck Yard and Chicken Scratch + The Foundry, we've also become pioneers of the trailer park school of outdoor drinking -- maybe Dallas wasn't as "laid back" as Houston before, but thanks to places like these, it's now 400x more laid back.

14 Things You Can Only Do in Dallas

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