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♥ August Sizzler! $10 Off Your Flower Order! ♥

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Sometimes we have a tendency to wait for the big events in life to celebrate – a birthday, a wedding, the holidays. While those are all great reasons to live it up – have a party, send flowers, give a gift! – we think that every day deserves a celebration.

It’s nice to give friends and family flowers or a small gift just because. Their reactions are sometimes even more delightful than when they receive a similar treat on one of those expected special occasions.

But if you must have a special occasion for your gift-giving, August offers several opportunities.

Sunday, August 3 is Sisters’ Day! Let her know how special she is to you, or maybe bribe her to continue keeping those secrets from childhood, with a little something from our showroom! Even if you don’t have any biological sisters, we know you have friends who are just like sisters. Treat them to a little something and celebrate that special bond.

The second week in August is National Smile Week, and few things bring a smile to someone’s face like flowers. Share the love and consider it your random act of kindness for the week.

And Thursday, August 21 is Senior Citizens Day. Check in on an older neighbor or relative and bring along a cheery flower or plant. Perhaps you can offer to stop back by weekly to water it and to chat.

We wish you a wonderful month of August and look forward to seeing you soon!

Dianne & Staff

plan ahead

Add some floral beauty to your summer season.

Sunday, Aug. 3, Sisters Day:  Show her how much you love her with one of our gorgeous bouquets or gifts.

Second week in August, National Smile Week:  Smiles multiply when you share our top-quality flowers. Give a gift today!

Saturday, Aug. 16, National Tell a Joke Day:  What do you call a country where the people drive only pink cars? A pink carnation.

Thursday, Aug. 21, Senior Citizens Day:  Pop in on an older relative or neighbor with a few flowers to brighten the day.

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