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Lilies and Roses

All Aboard the Meme Express – Thursday, May 21, 2009



May 21st is Lilies and Roses Day in the U.K.


Today’s Meme Express prompt is twofold. Take your pick, or use ‘em both:


lilies

roses


Here are a few optional questions to get you started:


Do you grow lilies, roses or both?

What is your favorite flower?

Do you know anyone named Lily or Rose? (Describe her.)


Perhaps this concept will inspire you to create a drawing, a poem, a short story, or a journal entry. Then return here to leave a comment with your link. (Be sure to include a link to the Meme Express. Grab our train graphic from the sidebar for your link, if you want.)


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Feel free to bookmark it for future reference!


Of course, if this prompt seems to stump you, feel free to peruse the archives of the Meme Express and publish a blog post on an earlier prompt.


Throughout 2009, please join us at The Heart of a Ready Writer, a Bible reading and devotional blog, as we read through the entire Bible in chronological order.


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16 comments:

  1. Mulching Made Simple: How to Mulch a Flower Bed
    Mulch is a garden covering, generally composed of organic materials. Mulch is ideal for nourishing plants by adding organic material to the soil. The gardener may step back and enjoy the polished look of the well-managed mulched garden.
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  2. A Thistle's Epistle
    Weeds of Thought from the Ultimate Transformer - Miracles may appear in unexpected places, if we are but willing to stop and look. The Lord is the ultimate Transformer. He can bring blessing from bane, even as He brings flowers from weeds.
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  3. Spring Allergy Sufferers: Don't Let Seasonal Allergies Ruin the Spring Season
    With the advent of spring, allergy sufferers begin sniffling, sneezing and wheezing. Spring has arrived, bringing with it those annoying spring allergies, along with its beautiful flowers. What's an allergy-prone person to do?
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  4. Gardening: Cultivating to Control Weeds
    Planning for flowerbeds and other landscaping can pay off in the long run. Cultivating your garden areas in advance will provide ideal environments for your flowers, vegetables, shrubs and other desirable vegetation.
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  5. Which Weed is Which?
    Is that a weed or a wildflower? Sometimes, it can be difficult to tell. Basically, a weed voluntarily appears in your cultivated garden or lawn areas. How can you identify which weeds are popping up in your garden?
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  6. Super Craft Idea: Flowery Pen Bouquets
    Education is everything! How can we make learning more fun for students and teaching more interesting for instructors? Making floral pen bouquets is fun and easy! Even non-crafty folks can blossom with creativity!
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  7. Leave Dust Behind: How to Freshen Artificial Flowers and Trees
    Low-maintenance is in! Even high-priced interior designers incorporate silk flowers and trees into their designs. How can you keep your fake plants fresh and lovely?
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  8. Gardening with Children: Growing Green Thumbs
    Where does a love of gardening begin? Kids love bright flowers, and they adore digging in dirt! Who knows what they might find living under the dirt in a planting bed or window-box? Hands-on practice can sow seeds of interest that last a lifetime.
    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/338217/gardening_with_children_growing_green.html

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  9. Violas - Sweet Dainty Flowers for Partial Sun or Shade
    Johnny Jump-Ups, or violas, are the volunteers of the garden. Plant a few this year, and these dainty, delightful flowers will spring up in unexpected spots for years to come!
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  10. Peonies from Heaven
    This fluffy, showy flower is a pleasing addition to any garden. A hearty perennial, the peony is fairly simple to cultivate, but so rewarding.
    http://www.associatedcontent.comarticle/270195/peonies_from_heaven_.html

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  11. Daylilies: New Every Morning
    Daylilies are a gardener's delight. Faithfully producing dramatic displays of color, these adaptable perennials only improve with age. Even fledgling horticulturalists can enjoy almost immediate with these rewarding and satisfying flowers.
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  12. Glad Tidings for Summer - Caring for Gladioli, the Joys of the Garden
    How to select, plant, and care for Gladioli. These elegant, showy flowers produce a brilliant display of glorious color in the home garden and serve as excellent cut flowers too!
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