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Tag Archives: Mary Shannon
California Report 3 (a bit delayed)
Father-daughter projects are among the delightful things I do on my visits with my daughter and her family in San Diego. Mary Shannon, my very creative daughter, must spend the months when we are not there thinking up fun projects for us to do … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening Tagged hanging gardens, herb garden, Mary Shannon, San Diego, succulents 10 Comments
California Report 2
Here is Report # 2 about garden related memories of my California visit. My youngest daughter who lives in San Diego is an art teacher K-8 at a charter school there. From her earliest days Mary Shannon has been a collector of “stuff” … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening, Nature Tagged California, charter school, craft projects, crafts, garden crafts, Mary Shannon, recycling, repurposing, San Diego, wall hangings 6 Comments
California Report 1
Here begins a series of reports on garden related memories from our recent San Diego visit with my daughter and her family. My art teacher daughter took me to the Spanish Village Art Center in Balboa Park to invite me to select a … Continue reading
Posted in Gardening Tagged Balboa Park, garden whimsy, Mary Shannon, San Diego, Spanish Village Art Center, totem 10 Comments