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Fw: [FragrantGardening] solace in the garden

  • Subject: Fw: [FragrantGardening] solace in the garden
  • From: "robert stewart" <crusher4@wnclink.com>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 09:17:59 -0400


----- Original Message -----
From: <BmerBOY98@aol.com>
To: <FragrantGardening@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2001 12:23 AM
Subject: [FragrantGardening] solace in the garden


> this was so well writen that i copied from a freind in another group
>
> I know I sought solace in the garden when we lost our youngest son,
Joshua.
> It was a favorite place of his.  He hated raw tomatoes, but planted every
new
> variety he could find.  He did love them in sauces and stir fries and
> marinades.  I came to cherish the healing powers found in the garden.
> Planting a seed, watching it sprout, nurturing it  to fruitful days gave
hope.
>
> With this American tragedy surrounding us I am finding once again the
healing
> powers of the garden.  Working in the fresh air, with the open sky above,
> breezes gently brushing my cheek, doves cooing and fluttering by, even the
> naughty squirrels scurrying around hiding nuts in my potted plants all
give a
> hope of what tomorrow holds, a renewal of life.  There is always darkness
and
> silence in the garden before life is released fresh again.  Renewal
>
> God Bless America
> The Land of the Free
>
>
> Hi Everyone
> I hope you are enjoying this group. I am enjoying your comments and
moderating it. To me, fragrance is just as important as the flower itself.
I'm always looking to increase fragrance in my garden. Feel free to send
pictures of your garden to the group. We welcome your comments , questions
and suggestions too!
> Don't forget to mention our group to your friends from other groups.
> Spring has sprung!!!!  :)
>
>
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