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Even Jessica Simpson Gets Flowers

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Sometimes superstars like Jessica Simpson seem so far removed 
from our world that we forget they also enjoy some of the simpler 
pleasures in life...

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Even Jessica Simpson Gets Flowers
Copyright © 2006 Wesley Berry
Wesley Berry Flowers

Sometimes superstars like Jessica Simpson seem so far removed 
from our world that we forget they also enjoy some of the simpler 
pleasures in life, like flowers. In fact, it would seem that 
celebrities send flowers for many of the same occasions and 
situations we "regular folks" do.

One occasion we know Jessica Simpson received flowers for was 
as an apology for potentially hurtful remarks made in jest by 
comedian George Lopez at this year's People's Choice Awards. The 
awards took place just weeks after Jessica Simpson and Nick 
Lachey announced their pending divorce to the world. Lopez, who 
was apparently unaware that the awards show was Simpson's first 
appearance since the announcement, made this crack during an 
introduction: "The producers want to apologize to Nick Lachey, 
who could not be here because they didn't need any more seat 
fillers." Simpson was visibly embarrassed and uncomfortable when 
the joke was made. Lopez, who felt bad for making a joke at 
Simpson's expense, did his best to make up for the faux pas by 
sending Simpson a bouquet of flowers.

Flowers have universal appeal, regardless of our backgrounds, 
careers, economic situation, or celebrity status. They play an 
enormous part in our culture for all occasions from the birth of 
a new baby through to the death of a loved one. They are a symbol 
of love, caring, congratulations, support, gratitude, and, yes, 
apology. They're available in every color under the sun and at 
price ranges that are affordable to nearly everyone. And, they're 
so easy to buy or order. A quick call to the florist can have a 
gorgeous gift for any occasion on its way to your loved one in a 
matter of a day, and often even less.

Because of their broad charm, flowers make an excellent gift for 
those occasions where a gift is warranted, but you're not sure of 
what to give. For example, if you're invited to your new boss's 
house for dinner, you know you should bring a gift. Well, you 
could opt for a bottle of wine, but are you certain your boss has 
no issues with alcoholic beverages? A beautiful centerpiece is 
sure to be appreciated, and I've never met anyone who has issues 
with flowers. Or, perhaps you've been helped in some way by an 
individual you don't know well but you'd like to let him or her 
know just how much you appreciated the help. Again, flowers are 
an excellent way to say, "thank you."

So, you don't have to be Jessica Simpson to give or get flowers. 
You simply have to be you with something to say and a desire to 
brighten someone's day. 

Wesley Berry is the President of Wesley Berry Flowers, 
a successful multi-million dollar business that was 
established in 1946. He is also the Headmaster of the 
Professional Florists' Institute, a floral design school 
located in Michigan. Visit Wesley Berry Flowers on the 
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