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Flower Fridays: Bachelor Button

My mom made a sweet book of wildflower specimens (and some tree leaves) when she was a girl growing up in New Jersey. She lovingly placed a different flower or leaf under cellophane on each page of the book and included the common and classification name, the date and where she found it. 482 more words

Poetry & Readings

Three Flowers Blueberry Jam and the Language of Flowers

If there were beauty pageants for food, I believe this recipe would be the beauty queen. The crème de la crème!

Not only lovely to behold, its healing virtues are great. 466 more words

Recipe

Macro Photography : Elegance by tuinkatjes

Today, one may find it difficult to express his true feelings.
Speak with finesse and bring the Language of Flowers into your modern daily romance. … 14 more words

Victorian Language of Flowers: sunflower

The Victorians used the sunflower to depict “pride” in their Language of Flowers. It’s easy to see why. Taller than the other plants in the garden, more striking and bolder than any other, the sunflower is no shrinking violet. 195 more words

Frances Evesham

TODAY'S PORTRAIT: HERE'S JOHNNY!

Not only because I think he resembles an impudent rascally adorable little boy — but because that’s actually his name!

I can hear you thinking, What is she talking about? 291 more words

Personal Essay

at The End of the day

Last week was all about how important the beginning of a novel is to engage readers, but what about the other end of the spectrum? 626 more words

As A Reader

Brenda

Brenda is our newbie. She’s been with us just over two years but is already an important part of the book club family.

I very clearly remember Brenda’s first meeting. 382 more words

Book Club