Nancy actually does not call her soap "Hose Soap" but she describes how you can carry one in your pocket when gardening and wash your hands with the garden hose or hose pipe and some people in the South call it. I just loved that thought! And it actually arrived beautifully packaged with some moss and a little rusty bucket with three fabulous little orange smelling soaps and they smell divine. She called them Citrus Soaps and now has a new Green Apple soap that comes with a faucet spicket holder. She even gave me an extra little zipped bag to carry in my pocket and I do have some gardening to do as I got some more seeds last weekend at Wal-Mart for $1.00 each. I got 10 more packets. The potted plants are so expensive I just decided to plant seeds. She also included a free gift with her flowers petals soap. Oh my goodness! What a surprise? They are so darling and smell of Rose, Sweet Peas, and Raspberry. I adore all these fragrances!
I also got a Ditty Bag from Nancy which has a stamped Mockingbird on it. I adore it! She is quite a talented seamstress with her sewing machine and the tag on the Prim bag is a grunged material stamped with the Mocking as she lives in Monroeville, AL and this is where Harper Lee wrote the famous book, "To Kill a Mockingbird". I can't wait to go down and visit with Nancy to meet her and take my little vintage 1963 Teardrop trailer, "Daisy". She invited me to park at her home while I am there. I have wanted to go tour the area for a while now and see the southern part of Alabama. The city of Monroeville has a Play of the Book, it has several areas of town showcased with parts of the book and I am reading it now! It IS a fabulous book, I love the descriptive way written and it takes you right to the site, no wonder it is a Best Seller of all time! The city is celebrating the 50t Anniversary of the book too!