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Making Someone Else’s Garden Your Own

Do you have gardens in your life that just aren’t “you”? Perhaps you’ve inherited someone else’s garden and landscape design through purchasing a home. Or maybe you’ve had your gardens for so long, you (or the plants) have outgrown the original garden plan and you’re ready to try something new. Though it can be tempting […]

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To All the Kind Strangers: Thank You

Motherhood definitely has its perks. Warm cuddles, kisses and hugs. Built-in playmates. The pride in your offspring’s accomplishments. Mother’s Day. And the pure, simple joy only a child can bring. I don’t know about you but I have experienced one other perk of motherhood that has been totally unexpected: The kindness of complete strangers. People […]

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Strange New Worlds

Captain’s Log, Stardate 10.19.2016 Our three-person crew entered Kinder Quadrant just six weeks ago, and we are still adjusting to this strange new world.   This morning, I came to realize it’s time for “The Talk.” “But Sarah,” I hear voices crying out. “She’s only 5 years old!” What?  No…no, not THAT talk! Hopefully we […]

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