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Seasons

The Holiday Season is upon us. Family, friends, an amazing variety of food, lights, special decorations, and all the good things associated with the upcoming month. This week we celebrate Thanksgiving here in the US. Many will worship, others will … Continue reading

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Bundle Up

Nightime temperatures in the low teens and snow are in the forecast for this coming week. Old Man Winter is knock, knock, knocking. The last two Knockout Roses (no pun intended) have been pruned and covered with leaves. They have … Continue reading

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Denim

As we head into November, I had an opportunity to spend Saturday at a gardening conference that included touring a nice pollinator garden and hearing about research based information on the benefits of native plants. We also saw some beautiful … Continue reading

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Transition

The fall colors are lovely no matter where you look. I’m guessing the 300,000 leaf peepers in the state are pretty happy with their three-day weekend. The fall chore list is done, tools cleaned, dahlia bulbs stored, and I’ve even … Continue reading

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Busy as a bee

Well, not quite that busy, but I am fairly busy. 🙂 Last week, I had a MG meeting and a dinner with MGs from a couple of NY counties who were visiting NH. We had some great conversations, and I … Continue reading

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Flowers everywhere

Happy Monday! The sun is shining, the humidity is moderate, and the flowers are blooming. I’ve weeded, moved a dozen plants or so, trimmed some lilacs and boxwoods, and I didn’t have to water because it rained yesterday. The Azaleas … Continue reading

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Quilting

There are quilters, and then there are QUILTERS. I belong to the first group. I’m self taught and lack even one artistic bone in my body. So, when I had a chance to attend a class, View Through the Window, … Continue reading

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