YUM...I love mint in tea. Your sister is too CUTE! Also, my daughter Lexi doesn't even have to go to a salon for green hair. The chlorine from our pool streaks her blonde hair with green....lol. It is hard to get it out so through summer she usually has green (tinted) hair!
I dyed my hair pink and purple and teal!!! it's been that way for months now and I LOVE IT! I have no idea how i am getting away with it at work but before long my entire head will be pink!
Liz,Believe it or not there can be too much mint! I had a mint plant in a pot that my husband decided to plant on our backyard slope. Well, it took over and chocked out all of the ground cover! We could not stop it from growing. At one point, I just gave up and thought about having a whole hugh slope full of mint as ground cover. I don't remember what my husband finally did to rid our slope of mint, but I'm sure it was a bit drastic!. Point is: keep mint comfined in a pot! However, I do love mint, and enjoy it in many dishes and beverages. Love your blog!Take care,Darlene M from Calif.
awww... she looks so pretty! She's definitely rocking the blue/green hair!
Bet it does taste good, but my luck I'd then go shopping and have green stuff between my teeth while in public. Oh, the trials and tribulations of an old woman.Di
The tea sounds lovely, must try soon. And as for your sister's hair....I despertly wanted a pink streak in about middle school, but Mom said I had to wait until I was in high school, and could do it in the summer. As luck would have it, she found some reason to say no every summer. Would I do it now? Nah. Too much of an old fogey. But it does look rather fun....
LOVE mint tea :) My mom makes a simple syrup with mint in it to flavor her iced tea. It is the perfect summer drink. Mmmmmmm.....
Must try putting mint in my tea..sounds very refreshing. Your sister is too cute - green hair and all.
oh..does the that tea look good-sandy toe
I'm loving mint in my iced tea right now, too. I toss some leaves in with the teabag when I brew it, though. Then I when I take out the bag I take the mint out too. Refreshingly minty tea, no mint stuck in teeth.
@ darlene... I'm a stylist, tell your daughter to soak her hair in water and spritz it with a leave in conditioner before she swims... it will help stop the green, because the hair won't be able to soak up as much chlorine.and oh, I love mint... it's so good as a light topping on ice cream or fruit with whipped cream desserts in the summer.
Hi, not a mint fan really but whatever you do, do NOT put that plant in the ground. Wow, that stuff nearly took OVER my garden!
mmmm..that sounds lovely..now..where do I get me some mint?
oooh I love mint tea!!
that sister of yours is adorable!
so far, oh my!! but young people, they gotta stretch their wings, and there is so much excitement in this kind of adventure (and then you have to go and visit ;)
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