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Tag Archives: tulips
inspired by the recent gold medals by the canadians at sochi in curling (the men, women and paralympic teams all won gold this year!), we decided to have the kids try out a curling class this weekend. they loved it. … Continue reading
“In the spring, at the end of the day, you should smell like dirt.” ~ margaret atwood p.s. happy mother’s day
goodbye old header… hello new! happy spring everyone!
no, this is not about fans of the grateful dead. but i know one such fan (ahem, you know who you are) who also “deadheads” her tulips. deadheading is pruning or removing the flower after it has wilted. this is … Continue reading