Tag Archive: holiday

Nov 22

Don’t Forget the Thanksgiving Flowers

Preparing for the perfect Thanksgiving dinner can be a lot of work.  You’ve got to plan the menu, buy all the food, make certain you’ve got enough clean plates, silverware, and napkins for everyone, and, of course, clean and straighten your house.  That’s a lot!  During all of this, you may forget something: the Thanksgiving …

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Sep 08

Show Your Grandparents a Good Time in KC

National Grandparents Day is Sunday, September 12, and it’s a great day to show your grandparents a good time in Kansas City.  Here are just a few ways you can let your grandparents know just how much you care about them. Many people take their grandparents out to eat.  There are many great restaurants in …

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Jun 30

Celebrate the 4th in Kansas City

Wondering what to do this Fourth of July in Kansas City?  Well, the people of KC certainly know how to celebrate our nation’s day of independence.  They have a number of different events you can attend and, of course, many of them feature fireworks. More than 20,000 people attend the annual Parkville Fourth of July …

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May 03

How to Send Flowers that Match Mom’s Personality

It’s a foregone conclusion that sending your mom flowers on Mother’s Day is a great idea.  What isn’t such an easy decision is picking the flowers to send.  Sure, there are a number of different arrangements specifically designed for Mother’s Day, but many of these bouquets use different flowers.  Which ones are right for your …

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Apr 27

Why Our Moms Mean So Much To Us

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, and we’re all out searching for that perfect gift for mom.  But why do our moms mean so much to us?  What is it that makes Mother’s Day one of the most important holidays on the calendar? First, there’s the obvious: our mothers gave birth to us.  Without them, we …

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Apr 19

What do Administrative Professionals Do?

This week is Administrative Professionals Week, and it’s the time of year for executives and other office members to thank their hard working secretaries and other administrative professionals.  But what exactly do these administrative professionals do for you? The short answer: everything!  Administrative professionals are often key personnel in your office.  Here are just a …

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Apr 13

Remember to Thank Your Administrative Professionals

Administrative professionals work very hard all year around.  They are often the key contact people for major events and the day to day operation of your business, plus they are the people who keep everything running smoothly behind the scenes.  Since 1952, businesses across the world have honored these hard-working individuals during Administrative Professionals Week. …

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Mar 30

Easter Flowers and Traditions

There are several different flowers and traditions associated with the Easter holiday.  Here are just a few of them. Flowers: The Easter lily is, of course, the traditional flower of Easter.  Easter lilies are generally white and represent goodness and purity.  For Christians, the Easter lily represents the purity and perfection of Jesus. Another flower …

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Feb 12

Don’t Disappoint Her This Year! Focus on Feelings!

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Men, have you felt like (or been flat out told) that you failed at Valentine’s Day?  This holiday can be one of the most frustrating for guys because it seems like it’s a minefield.  Forget flowers?  You may be sleeping on the couch!  Got her chocolate?  Well, she eats them, but then she complains that …

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Feb 10

Choosing Flowers For Valentine’s Day That Make a Great Impression

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Selecting the perfect flowers for Valentine’s Day may seem easy—go for the bouquet of a dozen red roses!  However, this traditional approach may not fit every woman.   In that case, how do you go about choosing flowers that make a great impression? Choosing the right flowers often means knowing your recipient’s interests and tastes.  If they …

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