Maggsbunny

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A rose by any other name would smell as sweet :-)

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I feel a bit sheepish about yesterday’s post :-P. I told Michael I felt like deleting it, but before I did so, I thought I’d check my stats to see how many people had actually viewed it. Now, bearing in mind that I haven’t been blogging for two months and my stats are really low, imagine my surprise to see that I had gotten over 40 hits. Hahaha. Typical. So I left it up.

As for my title – I intended doing a long post around it, about how the roses have helped me deal with a really annoying and persistent  symptom of my MS, but the time, she has gotten away from me.

I need to make supper. Lean beef-patty hamburgers, salad and muffins with old-fashioned, cooked vanilla frosting for dessert. How eclectic. Also, cobbled together out of desperation for inspiration in the kitchen. Blah, I’m such a crap housewife sometimes.

Anyway, in lieu of an actual post about stuff, here are some photo’s from my rose garden to tide things over for now 🙂

First up, the beautiful and dainty Regensburg rose. Prolific and glamorous.

The SOS Children’s rose outdid itself with a splendid flush in March.

The Pearl of Bedfordview would not look out of place on a wedding-cake, I think.

Peace. No self-respecting rose garden would be complete without this classic.

And that’s a wrap, I smell patties burning… 😉

Written by Maggie

April 9, 2010 at 6:24 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. Hey magsbunny!
    your roses are really beautifull!!:O)
    hope you’re doing fine!
    Sending you hugs from a “dusted in” Denmark!

    sofija

    April 16, 2010 at 12:56 am

  2. Beautiful roses, i wish i had a rose garden.

    minkynoo

    May 22, 2010 at 11:02 am

  3. Found your blog again – I just do not know how I lose it! Enjoyed the roses piece

    Tony

    December 1, 2011 at 7:34 pm


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