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Winter Park

January, named after Janus, the god of beginnings and transitions, has the garnet for birthstone, the cottage pink for birth flower. And January is National Thank You month: time to say ‘thank you’ for gifts, for the old year, and … Continue reading

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Snowdrops haiku

I’ve planted snowdrops all over our property, under trees, along the driveway,  in the grass, anywhere that can surprise a child! I love these flowers, the way they arrive so early, stand uncrushed by snow … A this cold, clear … Continue reading

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3 Haiku

Winter can be a kaleidoscope of images seen through car windows as we huddle in warm jackets, or peer out at birds at our feeders, watch the fire’s glow, and relish the smell of hot dinner filling the house … … Continue reading

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