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Crocosmia Crazy

I once bought a Ziploc bag of nine crocosmia bulbs at our local farmer’s market. Now I have 900 flowers!

I even dug up 300 of them to share with my garden group, and my own garden didn’t notice their absence. 43 more words


A Peep Into the Past:  Brighton in the Olden Time, by John George Bishop

This curiously charming book was a pleasantly serendipitous discovery while I was researching a completely different topic. However, Brighton is one of my favorite settings for a Regency romance, perhaps because it was an important setting for the very first Regency romance novel ever written, Regency Buck, by Georgette Heyer. 2,955 more words


Next Year

As the year is winding down I have to think about next what next year brings me. As you know the sophomore year you are alow to bring cars so that’s a big plus for us so we can literally go anywhere we want and when we want basically. 220 more words

Jesus was never a Social Warrior

The group purchased the billboard in the prominent position in NYC, slamming socialist Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) for killing tens of thousands of jobs for New Yorkers at the new HQ2 campus that would have generated billions of dollars in economic activity. 195 more words


Your Resurrection From Death Part 5

“Ask not what your Country can do for You but What You Can Do for Your Country”

Going to take a walk in the imagery of Man’s nature with the Aramaic perspective.  392 more words


February Garden Checklist

In Montreal, February is the worst month of the year. It’s perpetually cold. It’s grey every day, and if it ever gets sunny, you immediately wish the sun away – it hurts your eyes, and without cloud cover, the air feels like it’s trying to tear your skin off. 980 more words

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