In Bloom

16 Jun 19
Friends of Gill Beck Valley

Well, the weather’s rubbish but the flowers are doing their best. This is a little montage from today’s lap of the valley.

16 Jun 19
A Dreamer's Rest

I am afraid of the dark and fragments and ex-husbands. I’ve lost the ability to discern between shades of gray– some clouds rain, some just hang there waiting.   I used settle for even a little bit of attention, just a passing wisp and touch or even a glance that might have meant something to […]

16 Jun 19
Renegadejadereviewing

2019 marks the 10th anniversary of my all time favourite album, Nothing Personal by All Time Low!! When I saw that they were going to be the Slam Dunk headline for 2019, I was ecstatic. Also, the lineup included: Waterparks and As It Is, and they are also brilliant live. Although the weather during the […]

16 Jun 19
A Keyboard and an Open Mind

Title: Get the Girls Out Author: Lucy Bloom Genre: Memoir Target audience: Adult Date Read: 03/06/19 – 14/06/19 Rating: ★★★★ Review: I want to preface this review with a quick story about Lucy Bloom. A couple of years ao, she gave a talk at my workplace. I can’t even remember the topic. Maybe it was […]

16 Jun 19
Picsocast

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16 Jun 19
Stitch Serene

I see zipperred wash bags everywhere; cheap ones, expensive ones, hand printed ones and list goes on. You don’t really need to look very hard to find them, they are everywhere but that didn’t stop me wanting to make one. I think they are lovely and so useful to store toileteries, craft items and so […]

16 Jun 19
Picsocast

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16 Jun 19
Gardening Channel

by Matt Gibson When the summer weather starts to heat up, some plants wither away, while others stand up to the heat, and even thrive in hot conditions, such as these 12 heat tolerant vegetables for the summer garden. While there are some tricks of the trade that might help you gain a little bit […]

16 Jun 19
The Medlin's Adventure

Our June trip was scheduled from June2-7 at Navajo State Park in southwestern Colorado at the northern end of Navajo Lake. The lake covers 15,600 acres and is over 25 miles long. A small part of the lake is in Colorado, but the majority is in New Mexico. A couple that we met through a […]

16 Jun 19
Picsocast

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16 Jun 19
Crumbs & Caramel

Super moist, tender, vegan chocolate cupcakes with intense chocolate flavor in every bite! These cupcakes are easily made with pantry staples and no one will miss the eggs or dairy! Topped with a decadent, fluffy chocolate ganache frosting, these double chocolate cupcakes are nothing short of indulgent!

16 Jun 19
J Morgan Photography

Sunflower Bloom – B&W Print. Purchase this print at https://jemsphotography.pixieset.com/flowerseries/

16 Jun 19
Josie's photos

Sorry that I haven’t written in a while as I spend the last two weeks doing the leaving certificate. During the weeks leading up to it I took some photographs of the Aeonium plant, also called the tree houseleek and made a series of pictures of the plant growing. Please click on the arrows to […]

16 Jun 19
Melanie's Astro~News

Happy Strawberry & Rose Moon of June! So many beautiful flowers in full bloom now, incl. Wild Roses and cultivated Roses. Time to smell the Roses, and pick up their Heart Medicine.     Yes, this is the last Full Moon in Spring, the Spring Equinox Full Moon on March 20, the Easter Full Moon […]

16 Jun 19
Fresh Digs Garden Blog

Gardening in Edmonton is like being in the tropics compared to Calgary!  I can’t believe how much things have grown in only 2 years.  There was nothing here but a big ol’ spruce tree until spring 2017.  Some things, like the purple and white irises, are so vigorous they’re going to have to be moved […]