Female squash blossoms have "balls" on them; the male ones don't - they have the pollen. The female one waits until it pops open and is fertilized by the pollen. The ball will die if it is not pollinated. The squash I fertilized is getting bigger.
I am cutting calendula and mint so I can make a face mask. It is easy to clip calendula flowers.
We blended them with yoghurt and cucumber.
Mom and I made up the recipe. We thought it would look like diarrhea and we were right!
I liked it when it was in the blender, but not on my face. At first it felt refreshing, but then it didn't. I didn't like the colour or the smell or the scratchy texture. Lush ones are better than ours - they have a good smell and nice colour and smooth texture. I'm not complaining. This is all true. We're going to keep trying to make a better one.
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