Don't throw them out! hang them upside-down and dry them!
... and I can see them also :-). They made a really beautiful bouquet, I didn't know how it would look like! And I wasn't sure how long they could last.Hang them upside-down and dry them!I probably would do that also, although I know that she doesn't like dried flowers.Cheers, Stefan
Hi Bee,They say hang them and dry them, do you not have access to a flask of liquid nitrogen to store them in for a week for despite the picture being a nice remembrance it still doesn’t provide the full sensory effect.“A photo of a rose by any other name will not smell at all, let alone as sweet.Well at least that’s what Shakespeare might have reminded :-)Best,Phil
Phil,I am sure such a method to keeping them in time, is much to fragile. Press them in a book of knowledge perhaps? Dropping them to a 2D feature of a memory in line with the photograph ex?But I am imagine Stefan the romantic, if given to global perspective and an entrepreneurial spirit might see FTD fast approaches to what ever destination, and from what ever country, for holding such a "memorable time" until coming back home from her journey.:)Best,
Ceci n'est pas une rose ...
Put the petals in a food processor along with Vodka, blend on high and then filter, to make a perfume out of them?
I couldn't get myself to throw the roses down the garbage shute so just poured out the water. Guess they will look rather sad when I come back.
Such silliness. Gender identities, alas.
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