Tag Archives: flowers

Bird-song, Joy and the Growing Light

This morning I heard our resident mourning doves greet the sun with their smile-inducing coo. They greet the day with joy. They say goodnight to it with the same lyrical celebration. In this I want to be like a dove. … Continue reading

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It’s March!

I hope everyone had as much fun with our romantic excerpts in February as we did. We loved sharing our friends books with all of you. We’ve also added two new authors to Main Street. Lizzi Tremayne and Magdalena Scott. … Continue reading

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One Week – A Microcosm of Life

This week has been a small slice of my life: I planted flowers in my garden, which brings me great joy. I saw one child, a sophomore in High School, through a college level history class and the 3½ hour … Continue reading

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LIVE!!! Love Blooms on Main Street is LIVE TODAY!

Love Blooms on Main Street Every flower tells a story. Just as the first fragrant blooms of spring stir the senses, Love Blooms on Main Street is sure to touch your heart. Ranging from sweet to spicy, these stand-alone contemporary … Continue reading

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Grandmothers in Books

While browsing through my old blog posts I came across the following one that brought tears to my eyes. It was published on my own blog in May 2008: Today I celebrated Mother’s Day as a daughter, mother and grandmother. … Continue reading

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Signs of Spring

Up here in Ontario, we are finally seeing spring. The snow has melted away to reveal matted brown lawns. But that’s okay. Among the blades of dead grass, the first flowers are beginning to emerge. See that blue bloom my … Continue reading

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June Wedding – 3:00 pm The flowers

“I will kill my cousin.” Lisa Miller looked up from attaching silk streamers to church pews. Her friend and mother of the groom, Theresa Morrison looked frazzled and losing her last nerve. She held a cardboard box, her tears falling … Continue reading

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