Tag Archives: tulips

A Few More Tulips

This will be my second “full” spring here in this house and garden; for the last two autumns, I’ve planted a few more bulbs. These are my new favorites. (P.S.  Happy belated birthday to blog reader Carol, who celebrated one … Continue reading

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Gone Before You Know It

Ah, tulips… Must plant more next year…

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New Words for Happiness

In the month of May, new and sometimes fragrant words for happiness bloom everywhere.  Tulips, forsythia, lilacs, apple blossoms, and bleeding hearts are just a few. Find new words for happiness today.

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Beautiful Things

I’m in Lisbon Falls this weekend and I’ve been collecting beautiful stories. I love this work; I think it was what I was put here to do. It’s tiring, though. I fell asleep talking on the phone last night and … Continue reading

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Tulips for the Easter Parade

I got back to New Hampshire at around 3:00 p.m. Sunday; I have been delinquent in my duties at The Hampton Victory Garden.  I hadn’t cleaned up the dead marigolds around the sign and some of my perennial flowers needed … 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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