Tag Archives: The Green Thumb Gang

Battles in the Wilderness

On Friday, I drove up to the Citizen’s Gazebo on Route 196 in Lisbon Falls.  I still put the buntings on, even though the town now maintains the majority of the town’s showcase gardens.  According to the instructions on the … Continue reading

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A Palm Sunday Rumination

I first thought of calling today’s post “Symbols of Strength” because I’ve been reading about the D-Day Invasion, or Operation Overlord.  I would like to better understand the logistical details of this giant military operation.  How did it go from … Continue reading

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The Garden March

Winter storm PAX is looming in the distance and threatening to disrupt life across the southeastern United States.  My fingers stall on my keyboard because I don’t have anything to say about weather; I’m not a weather puppet.  I don’t … Continue reading

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The First Opera of 2013

I jetted up to Maine yesterday for a “Live in HD” presentation of Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda.  I got caught up with fellow opera fan and friend Faye.  I love how the broadcast starts, with a view of the orchestra pit … Continue reading

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A Junior League of Her Own

Today is the birthday of a person who may not want to be written about on this blog.  Some people don’t want their lives microscopically analyzed in public. I can understand that; I’ll try to stick to the facts that … Continue reading

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