Thursday, April 7, 2011

Her-b and PROJECT UPDATES

PROJECT UPDATE:
We are still rocking and rolling on this recording studio......Here is another little sneak peek of whats happening.














In other news: The duck talks funny...He's is Welsh which gives him the right to say things like "her-b" and "alooo-min-eum". This week we planted some Her-B's in our kitchen. These are actually planters from Ikea.. Little box o herb's and I LOVE how it makes our kitchen smell.

Here is what we planted 
Basil
Thyme
Mint and Sweet mint {i guess there is a difference}
Rosemary and I think something else I just don't remember....obvs

I feel like Ol' Martha Stew with my homemaking skills. I really wanted to document the process on you tube or something. And then I realized that most people in the world know how to plant shit so I would be making an ass out of myself. Anywhoo... Here ya go..





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15 comments:

  1. I don't know how to plant things! I would have totally watched it.

    My husband is Welsh too! I love his accent - all-oo-min--ee-um is one of my faves. :)

    If you want to impress yours, make him proper Welsh Rarebit - so easy and delicious. It, along with tons of other great recipes, are listed on my blog under the tab What We Eat, at the top!

    (Not sure I've commented yet - found you recently through Jenny, I think!)

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  2. Yeah, my planting skills are non-existent so I would have loved a fun video!

    Love all the color, texture, and pattern going into the studio. I can't wait to see it!

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  3. such a good idea to put the herbs on your island. There's a restaurant I frequent that has potted herbs on the tables and I love it!

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  4. Love all the red pieces! So fun!

    And your little herb boxes are so cute!

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  5. love all the recording studio pics so far! look forward to seeing it! good luck with the her-Bs.

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  6. looks like a lot of fun with great colors can not wait to see finished product.

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  7. I love the idea of putting the herbs in the kitchen- I have a total snotty green thumb, meaning I kill it all but I think I could maybe handle herbs- plus I want to dose everything I own in cilantro so might just give this a go- plus they look reeeallly pretty on your lovely island.

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  8. That red and white fabric is beautiful. Looks as if the studio is going to be an energetic space :)

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  9. Love those planters. And, I am loving your kitchen as well!

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  10. This must be a welsch and Australian thing because my partner says hhheeer-b and aloomin-ii-um as well!! ask them to say jaguar too: M says jag-U-er.. So funny!

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  11. Hellllllooooo! I love your blog and I especially LOVE your countertops. What is that lovely hard surface, if you donn't mind telling me? Keep the pics coming. lOVE IT.

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  12. Hi! I just found your blog and love your herb boxes. Will be back for sure to see how the project you are working on turns out.

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  13. ha! I totes planted some herbs in little tins today and was feeling so Martha Stewart, pretending I was at my 'potting table', using my organic soil. I'll probably forget and dump pine sol in them next week, but they smell nice now!

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  14. I remember the entire conversation we had once about "h" in English, which is SUPPOSED TO BE SILENT.

    I guess he'll never learn...

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  15. Me likey! I may need to swing by Ikea and see what planting diaster I can whip up. Fortunately since the pieces are wood, I won't feel so bad making them into little plant coffins when I kill the herbs :)

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