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Like with my last book review on Bountiful Bonsai, I have once again been given the opportunity to review a book. Courtesy of the folks at Tuttle Publishing, I will be able to select a winner to WIN A FREE … Continue reading
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I had the best day yesterday. It was a gorgeous, mild, sunny day here in San Francisco, and I got to take a day off from my typical nursery duties to do a job setting up flowers for a wedding! … Continue reading
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Happy Sunday, everyone! It’s a foggy morning here, and I’m kicking off my work week with a Tumblr Salad, to compile a gallery of the most recent posts from the boZannical Tumblr… In other personal blogging news since my last post, … Continue reading
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Whew! Survived my last semester of school, and aced it! English 1A was my biggest challenge of the semester (SO much reading and writing to do!) but I did very well in the end. It was totally worth it, and … Continue reading
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Looks like it’s been a couple of weeks since my last Tumblr Salad gallery of shots from the boZannical Tumblr, and much has happened since then! Many of my photos this time are from a bit farther afield than usual. … Continue reading
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I can finally feel at ease about doing my Tumblr Tuesday posts on days other than Tuesdays. Why, you ask? Because I’ve just gone and changed the name of the category to Tumblr Salad. That solves my whole conundrum that … Continue reading
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This whole idea of doing Tumblr Tuesday posts is proving inconsistent with me lately. Besides my love for alliteration, the concept was to have an easy opportunity for a “frilly” midweek post by pulling together the week’s pictures from my … Continue reading
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Not even close. It’s a Saturday, for Pete’s sake. I just haven’t done a Tumblr Tuesday post since November, and thought it time to put one together! Impatient me just can’t wait (and forget to post it yet again this … Continue reading
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Ikebana can be done anywhere by anyone. There are no national or ethnic boundaries. Like flowing water or drifting clouds, Ikebana spreads throughout the world… -Sofu Teshigahara Teshigahara (1900-1977) was the first grand master, or Iemoto, of the Sogetsu School … Continue reading
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Yesterday’s Urban Hike took Spoon and me along a path I walk almost every week. I do some some weekly garden maintenance over in the Cole Valley neighborhood of San Francisco. It’s a mostly uphill journey to get there, so … Continue reading