Although I don’t usually teach in July and August, I had three ladies who wanted to take four double classes in July. So we made two different styles of ikebana at each class. One of the ladies is
even planning on continuing classes in the fall.
A very special wedding took place on July 21st at Grouse Mountain. My son and his fiancee, Christa, celebrated their nuptials at the top of the mountain with 90 of their nearest and dearest. Of course I did all the flowers, which turned out well (even though I say so myself). It was quite an endeavor to take everything up the mountain to have it all set up in time. We were so lucky that the weather cooperated, and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. The venue was great, the food delicious, service fine and the views spectacular.