Tag Archives: Gardening

Lesson from the toilet

Yes, I know, that title can be a put off, but this self-deprecating story is about a toilet experience that I want all of you to avoid. As many of you may know, as one ages one becomes more familiar … Continue reading

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Outdoors

Happy Monday after Mother’s Day! I hope everyone who comforts and loves others had a wonderful day. I spent part of my day with Mother Nature which always puts a smile on my face. There was also a decadent but … Continue reading

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Spring

How’s the weather in New England? John Hric, our fellow blogger said it best. “It is a rollercoaster ride. Please remain seated until the ride comes to a full and complete stop. Keep your seat belt fastened and your crash … Continue reading

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Bees

Respectful, fascinated, or afraid? Those three words probably cover most of us when the subject of bees is brought up. Many are able to live and let live while some are extremely allergic and an interaction requires medical attention quickly. … Continue reading

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Butterfly bush

Attracting butterflies and other pollinators is a hot gardening topic right now and has been for a while. There are a lot of plants that attract them. You can find lists of plants coming from various points of view on … Continue reading

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Seeds

Those who count gardening as a hobby or a passion are itching to get going. Up here in the Northeast unless you have a greenhouse, there is still some wait time before you can start digging in the soil outdoors. … Continue reading

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Sewing and Gardening

The hummingbird wall hanging is finished, and for the past week a MI friend and I have been working on small bags utilizing lace zippers that are sewn on the outside. We have a list of recipients because some people … Continue reading

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Postcard from the beach

Whether it is sunny and warm or cool, gray and foggy, life is good at the beach. When I walk, there is always something interesting to see. I only saw the dolphins once this week, and they barely broke the … Continue reading

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It’s cold out there

I’m still at the beach, but haven’t been doing a lot of sitting on the balcony. If I was sitting on the balcony, I’d be up there on the fifth floor. We had the lightest of snow flurries with a … Continue reading

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We’re #1!

Does it get any better than being declared #1? Well, yes, when it is the CDC declaring that NH has more Covid Cases per capita than any other state which is quite a feat when we’re one of the top … Continue reading

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