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Category Archives: Holidays
Here we have come to the last of of 2019 and the last day of the decade. It’s tempting to look back at the past’s challenges and victories, but I prefer to focus on the future. This photo of Camellia … Continue reading
To all who join me on occasion for A Walk in the Garden,
My prayer for 2018 is that it will be a year of peace, prosperity, generosity, and full blossoms. I would ask readers to join me in that prayer. Please send back the word for peace in your language if it … Continue reading
Today is Thanksgiving in the U. S., a time to celebrate the blessings of this life and express our gratitude. I am so grateful for family, for friendships, for health, for a bright future, and for the flowers in my … Continue reading
This has been a strange week: freezing temperatures, one day in the 70’s, and a good amount of rain. Consequently, there are almost no flowers left in the garden here on a Monday. A real surprise was to venture out in a cold … Continue reading
The theme of this week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is ANTICIPATION. This was Christmas morning, thirteen years ago, with seven grandchildren gathered on the steps in patient anticipation of racing to another room to find their names on packages under the … Continue reading
This Monday coincides with our celebration of the 4th of July, American Independence Day. What else could we put in our vase this day than red, white and blue. Overhead The flowers are ‘Early Red’ daylily, ‘White Swan’ coneflower, and … Continue reading