Then a logo was needed that was meaningful to me.
Outside our house then was a huge, in hot summer, deeply cool, lime tree. Now there are a number of interesting connections and meanings for me about lime trees (see below). The first of them is how wonderfully heart shaped (albeit upside down on the logo) the leaves are.
So there was the background and shape of the logo.
Next of course the words “LifeWorks”
But something else, affirming the truth of the statement “Life…Works” – was needed.
Of course! A bright, strong green, tick!
Some facts and meanings:
Lime flowers are considered a valuable source of food for honey bees. Once upon a time I was a bee keeper.
Lime leaves are eaten by the caterpillars of many moth species, including the lime hawk, peppered, triangle and scarce hook-tip moths.
They are very attractive to aphids, providing a source of food for their predators, including hoverflies, ladybirds and many species of bird.
Bees also drink the aphid honeydew deposited on the leaves.
Limewood does not warp and is used to make sounding boards and piano keys (I love to play piano).
For pure facts: