Tag Archives: Hampton Victory Garden

Friday Pillow Talk – Tears On My Pillow

The last week was a busy and sad one here on the New Hampshire Seacoast.  With all my activity, I haven’t had any time for seed catalogues, daydreams, or night dreams.  My head hits the pillow and before I know … Continue reading

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Cindy’s Tulip

I haven’t always been the volunteer coordinator at the Hampton Victory Garden.  Cindy preceded me and she’s good at remembering the important things, like planting tulips.  I’m glad she did. Take a picture of a blooming tulip today!

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Swimming Against The Inside Tide

I was invited to a fancy party last Friday night.  The theme was “3 Comedians and 3 Cocktails.”  The invitation left out the part about 3,000 tiny appetizers, so they were a pleasant surprise.  I finagled an invitation for my … Continue reading

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Digging In

Tuesday’s weather was just right and it seemed like a good day to work in my Hampton Victory Garden plot.  I forgot my apron (grrr…) and didn’t bring any “garden clothes” so I had to stuff my fancy pants into … Continue reading

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Lion or Lamb?

“Charming and fascinating he resolved to be. Like March, having come in like a lion, he purposed to go out like a lamb.”  Charlotte Brontë, Shirley, 1849. Did March come in like a lion?  Yes, it did and I have … Continue reading

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Dear Aunt Tomato – Cold Weather Crops

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Impatience

Sunday was not a day of rest for anyone, as far as I could tell.  Here on the New Hampshire Seacoast, we experienced some record high temperatures accompanied by bright sunshine.  Convertibles, surfboards, flip-flops, and tube tops were everywhere.  Fourth … Continue reading

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