Happy March, y’all! It seems like just the other day we were kickin’ off the new year with 5 simple goals here on The Lasso-- my, how times are flyin’! But, after months of rain and gloomy winter skies, we don’t mind at all. Texas is beginning to feel a fresh breeze and slowly diving into spring with a fresh color palette, too. Let’s shake off that winter funk and picture brighter hues of cheerful yellow.
The yellow Daffodil is the official birth flower for March--it may not be part of this month’s Lone Star Livingbouquet, but our designers were inspired by the yellow Rose instead. The color yellow represents many optimistic moods and changes, mostly revolving around luck. So whether you carry good luck charms with you, such as a horseshoe, four-leaf clover, or a rabbit’s foot--grab it and read along to find out how the color yellow brings luck!
The yellow rose completely radiates with luck from the stem up! Much like the cheery spirit of Texas and a classical tune most of us are familiar with: “The Yellow Rose of Texas”, this vibrant color is uplifting and inspires hope. With hope comes optimism, fortune, and luck.
Got some goals to tackle in March? Go on and pull the yellow rose stem from your LSL bouquet, and place inside a mini mason jar (or vase) near your bed for lucky prosperity. Keepin’ sparks of yellow around you ignite new opportunities and fresh ideas. All it takes is a quick change in mood to enchant some luck around you!
During lucky March, embrace confidence and change: treat it like a new season of hope. Grab your lucky pick-me-up at an H-E-B store nearby or make it an EXTRA lucky buy for St. Patrick’s Day! Tag us for some good-luck charm @lonestarlivingb.