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In the Garden

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August 14, 2016

Follow Art in the Garden     I am constantly reminded that the things which I love, that feed my soul and imagination, are entirely intertwined, such as art in a garden. This garden is in Ogunquit, at the Museum of Art, offering breathtaking views of the ocean, as a backdrop....
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In the Garden

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July 23, 2016

Follow Trellised Tomatoes     This summer I have enjoyed eating tomatoes picked fresh off of the vine, without so much as adding salt. I have not been growing heirloom tomatoes, though I would love to, instead, I have been reaping a harvest of tomatoes grown indoors, around the pool.  ...
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In the Garden

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June 20, 2016

Follow Pink Peonies     When we bought the house in Maine, the only element in the landscape, which drew my attention, was what I believed to be a pink rose bush. I saw the blooms in passing, and imagined cutting roses for my table; a joy I have not truly...
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May 22, 2016

Follow Spring Has Come to Maine     I do not remember how this little green creamer came into my life; only that it has lived in the garage for at least the last year. There is a chip, on its spout, and therefore, though I love its color, shape, and...
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April 19, 2016

Follow The Cocoa Tree By Any Other Name – Chocolate     I love having new experiences, at a certain age, ‘firsts’ can be harder to come by, but the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens offered me a first – a look at cocoa pods hanging on the tree!     Looking...
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In the Garden

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March 7, 2016

Follow Another Look at Charlotte’s Garden in Spring     I have previously shared Charlotte’s garden with you, and thought you might appreciate a stroll through her neighborhood, dressed up for spring. http://thatisallfornow.com/?p=7179#.VzDzBL3WaCw     I love tulips. Charlotte and her neighbors have beautiful beds of varying colors and types of...
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February 29, 2016

Follow The Rotunda in Bloom     One of my favorite stops, in Washington D.C. is the National Gallery of Art; the collection is vast and it is impossible to “take it all in” during a single visit, thus I truly appreciate that when in the city, I can pop in...
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In the Garden

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January 30, 2016

Follow The Rose Talked Back     “The man sweeping the synagogue paused for a moment. He looked at the flowers lying about in disorder.  ‘What waste!’ he said to himself.  Those roses had adorned the pulpit at wedding an hour before.  Now all was over and they were waiting to...
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December 29, 2015

Follow Winter Garden     As this year comes to a close, I awake to a winter storm, which has blanketed the yard with snow. Whatever shreds of greenery remained, will surely surrender today.  Surveying the outside world, from the comfort of the house, I pause for a minute, switching my...
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In the Garden

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November 9, 2015

Follow The Colors of Autumn     I must admit that when autumn’s colors first begin to appear, a sense of trepidation, can overwhelm me; it is not that I do not love and look forward to the brilliant array of colors which are about to burst forth, but rather that...
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