fruit and veggies for a year!

So I’m entering a photo contest to win free fruit and veggies for the year and need some inspiration.  The photo has to include the Fruit company’s logo hat.  So my two ideas so far are : The classic cute kid holding a lemonade / limeade stand with Pippa posing in the hat or she can go sporty spice and pose on a golf course and replace the golfball with a lemon on the tee in plaid shorts, sweater vest and the hat.  

Ideas?  Help?

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* A Few Reasons to Use Heirloom and Open-Pollinated Seeds1.We need genetic diversity.  It is not good for human beings or any other living creatures to become dependent on a limited amount of hybrid seeds.  One example of this problem is the Irish potato famine in the 1840s.  Farmers planted only a few species of potatoes from seeds that originally came from the Andes mountains.  Those seeds were not hardy enough to survive the climate in Ireland and, as a result, over two and a half million people either died or were forced to leave the country.  If there had been more diversity, the odds are there would have been far less damage.2.  Heirloom seeds produce the exact same type of plant every year.  Hybrids are only the same once (built in obsolescence).  This supports their sale by the large seed companies because, as a consumer, you have to buy new ones every year.3.  Heirloom seeds are hardier because they have withstood the test of time.  They are therefore more resistant to pests, diseases and weather extremes. 4.  Heirloom fruits and vegetables offer us a wider variety of nutrients.  This contributes to our ability to survive as a species.5.  Hybrid seeds have been bred to yield fruit and vegetables that can withstand being transported long distances (to market).  This has compromised the taste, whereas heirloom seeds yield the full taste experience.6.  Genetically modified corn has been found to cause organ damage in rats- the kidneys and livers (the detox organs).  Other organs were also adversely affected.  Organic Consumers Association
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Great Halloween DIY pumpkin in tights

Tutorial for citrus salt scrub:

These are so pretty. Why am I such an old lady?

Rupert Blanchard is a salvager. He rescues unwanted things and crafts them into beautiful, one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture.
His work is truly magnificent. His blog is where you can get a behind the scenes look at his projects, as well as a comprehensive ogle at all his wonderful creations made thus far.
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