Martha Stewart's Weekend Includes Virgin Marys, Indian Reservations, Yellow Pants (PHOTOS)

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What did you do this weekend? Sit around in shorts, watching yet another "Golden Girls" marathon? Or perhaps you waded around the nearest ocean/lake/swimmin' hole alongside a wide swath of humanity and saw things you wish you didn't see?

Well, if you were Martha Stewart, you would have had a beautifully art-directed weekend filled with perfect brunches and giant plants. We know this because we were following (cough, stalking) Martha Stewart's Twitter feed and saw it ourselves.

Here's a little recap. And thank you for being a (Twitter) friend, Martha.

Saturday: Breakfast at the Indianola General Store. (She was in town for a wedding. Can you imagine what it would be like having Martha Stewart as a wedding guest? It would be like that episode of "Ellen" where she came by for Thanksgiving. Sunday: We assume her Saturday was filled with partying, because there was nary a tweet on her Twitter feed. She resurfaces Sunday morning with a restorative brunch. Then, a question. Sunday, continued: The brunch was not TOO restorative. Here, Martha expounds on the virtues of a Virgin Mary. That's a Bloody Mary sans booze, for our more vodka-soaked readers who can't contemplate that notion. (Wouldn't that just be tomato juice?) Sunday, still: Martha visits Heronswood, a gorgeous botanical garden that's filled with amazing plants. She wears yellow skinny pants and looks marvelous.

...and that was what Martha did this weekend.

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