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What Do You Do When You Need To Apologize To Scarlett Johansson? Send Flowers!

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Young actress Scarlett Johansson was recently named the number 
one sexiest woman on a list of "100 Sexiest Women" compiled by 
FHM Magazine. 

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What Do You Do When You Need To Apologize To Scarlett Johansson? Send Flowers!
Copyright © 2006 Wesley Berry
Wesley Berry Flowers

Young actress Scarlett Johansson was recently named the number 
one sexiest woman on a list of "100 Sexiest Women" compiled by 
FHM Magazine. With a title like that, she probably intimidates a 
lot of people and her star is just beginning to rise. So, what 
happens when you do something to unintentionally hurt or offend 
a person like Scarlett Johansson? Well, if you're her costar in 
the Woody Allen movie Match Point, you send her flowers.

In a recent interview Scarlett Johansson admits that she had a 
rather rough time of filming a scene with costar Jonathan Rhys-
Meyers. The scene was filmed in a rainy setting and Johansson's 
allergies were acting up, so she was already miserable. 
Unfortunately, Rhys-Meyers made the situation a bit worse by 
accidentally causing some minor injuries like cuts and bruises. 
Rhys-Meyers did his best to make up for the injuries by sending 
Johansson flowers the very next day. Johansson was happy with the 
gift of flowers and apparently has nothing but warm feelings for 
her costar.

Now, if flowers can touch the heart of an A list celebrity, 
imagine what they could do for the people in your life? We've all 
done things we feel bad about, whether they were intentional or 
not. Sometimes it's really hard to say your sorry or sometimes 
saying the words just don't seem like enough. Flowers are an 
excellent way to express your feelings to the person you've hurt.

Flowers have been proven to boost feelings of happiness and are 
sure to bring a smile, even when they're sent under tough 
circumstances when an apology is warranted. They can break the 
ice on a tentative situation and enable you to make the first 
contact in healing the issue.

When sending flowers as an apology, keep the likes and dislikes 
of the recipient in mind. If you know the person loves daisies, 
be sure to let your florist know their a favorite flower and make 
certain they're included in the arrangement. Likewise, if the 
recipient doesn't like strong flower scents or a particular kind 
of flower, tell your florist so they are not included in the 
arrangement. Sending an arrangement that shows you pay attention 
to what the recipient likes will show how important they are to 
you, but sending an arrangement that uses flowers they don't like 
may have just the opposite effect.

Be sure to include a personalized note or card with the 
arrangement that tells the recipient how you're feeling and 
that you're sorry. If you're having difficulty finding the right 
words, ask your florist for some suggestions. Florists work with 
people sending flowers for situations similar to yours everyday 
and often have some fantastic suggestions. 

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 
web at



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