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Every weekday morning I drive on Mimosa Street on my way to work, I look east as I’m at the intersection of Peachtree. Often, at least for a season, I smile as I notice the sun illuminating the big … more
I love bulbs of all kinds, and have them planted throughout my gardens. The bulb is an underground storage structure that allows the plant to survive through drought as well as winter. Bulbs include … more
His Florsheim dress shoes sit on my closet floor today, 13 years after he last wore them. A black dress shirt he wore on special occasions hangs above the shoes. His Schofield Study Bible, with notes … more
I am the Flag of the United States of America. It is almost impossible to go through a day without seeing me… flying proudly over public buildings and military bases… marching at the head of … more
It’s the end of school and high school graduation is all around us. I remember the feeling of anxiety as I prepared for graduation in May, 1969 from W.W. Samuell High School in Dallas. It was a … more
Can you believe it? School is out! Congratulations to our staff senior Hannah Van Dover! You made it! Your college adventure is just around the corner. Summer is a great time for students to beat … more
This is one of my favorite times of the year. The excitement that seems to be oozed at this time of year is invigorating and almost tangible. The boys and girls, now young men and women, whom we have … more
Caring for yourself when you have a chronic illness like diabetes or heart disease is hard work. When you have more than one such illness, it can sometimes seem overwhelming. Sixty-six percent of … more
With the arrival of the tornado season we at the arboretum would like to extend our sympathy and support to those friends and neighbors who suffered loss. A few dear master gardener friends are now … more
Have you visited the Children’s Area of the library lately? We now have an assortment of toys for our youngest patrons to enjoy. There is a train set, soft blocks, puzzles, cars, and a few other … more
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