Monthly Archives: May 2008
A group of videos I’ve come across on Youtube that have been particularly enjoyable to dip into are selections from a series called Transatlantic Sessions, which brought together American and British Isles folk musicians and filmed them enjoying music together … Continue reading
They lost 7-6 in a really exciting game. Well played, boys–all of us in the crowd could not have been more proud and impressed.
Daybreaker is a new rose from the group of roses I got with a gift certificate my father in law gave me to S&W Greenhouse. It IS a dandy! People had been raving about it on the rose forum, and … Continue reading
Well, it’s been a really crummy few days. I have such bad laryngitis that I truly cannot do other than whisper, and have been sleeping poorly between the discomfort from my illness and frustration about a couple of website projects. … Continue reading
My husband turned 50 this week and we had a fun, small family party for him. Middlest son brought a wonderful bottle of wine from his vacation in Napa Valley, and we grilled filet mignon, and set a pretty table … Continue reading
The lovely Eden Climber. Above is Eden again, and below is The Herbalist, an Austin Rose, one that is a little less common. Below that we have Heritage. Very beautiful and refined bloom form, lovely honey-rose fragrance. The blooms only … Continue reading