#Flowers And Trees

Lincoln, NEunl.edu

Hyde retiring from

Renee Hyde, associate professor of practice in the Department of Educational Administration, is retiring this month. Hyde, who joined the University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty in 2019, has a long career in education, most recently serving as the assistant superintendent of human resources for Papillion LaVista Community Schools, before coming to Nebraska.
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Sixty-Something: It’s Time to Smell the Flowers in the Hamptons

It’s Time to Smell the Flowers in the Hamptons. They are everywhere dancing in the summer breezes and soaking up the sunlight. When God created flowers he did so to bloom in high feather in mid summer. On the east end in the summer flowers add to an already beautiful place. Many believe the Hamptons actually are beautiful all year round I understand that too.
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Andalusia, ALAndalusia Star News

Henderson follows dream with White Willow Boutique

Much like the branches of a white willow tree, Chelsea Henderson bends but never breaks under the pressures of the world. After overcoming some challenges in life, it led Henderson to the start of her own business called White Willow Boutique. Although her primary job has been real estate for...
ReligionCarrie Cariello

Let There Be a Boy

One green, green day, the Lord looked upon the earth. He admired his sons and his daughters. He smiled at all the wonderful animals, and he gazed tenderly at each new baby. The round blue earth, with all its people and puppies and flowers and trees, seemed complete. But the...
GardeningPosted by
Daily Florida Press

Dangerous FLORA | Naples Florida Weekly

IN 1932, WALT DISNEY GAVE US Flowers and Trees,” one of his “Silly Symphonies” that reflected Hollywood’s loving, whimsical perspective of all things green and growing. It would take about 20 more years before the Dream Factory started churning out botanical nightmares, when filmmakers realized that plant life could actually be a source of terror.
Real Estateweichert.com

60 SE Myrtlewood Street

Wonderful single-level home in SE Bend at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac. This special home has two primary suites on each end of the home for a total of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and a total of 2330 sq ft. Lots of updates throughout the home. The large living room has lots of natural light and a gas fireplace. There is a ton of storage in this house with a plethora of built-ins and a huge bonus room that is perfect for crafting, office, or family room. The private treed .40-acre lot is fenced and has tons of beautiful flowers and trees with a garden area. Spacious 3-car garage, shed for extra storage, RV parking with RV dump. Perfect for families looking for a multi-generational home. Short distance to the Larkspur Trail and a convenient SE location; about 7 mins to downtown and 5 mins to Costco shopping area.
LifestyleDaily Iberian

Berry Tales - Home is where the magic is

I feel as though I find the same warmth and peace amongst the spaces within my house and my yard that a baby finds in the face of its mother. It is where I most want to be these days, in my house and amongst the nature that surrounds it. I find comfort within the physical space that holds much of my life, this place where my children grew, where meals were prepared, flowers and trees were planted and where I paint and write. The walls of this house encapsulate the warmth of the memories and promise security in the days ahead; it is where much life is lived.
Kirkwood, MOSt. Louis Post-Dispatch

Photos: Garden contest winner Betsy Wendell of Kirkwood

Betsy Wendell calls her garden an oasis, and it's easy to see why with its many features - a colorful array of flowers and trees, a waterfall feature with purslane flowers that open and close each day, a putting green, and a swimming pool. Photos by Hillary Levin.
HobbiesHolland Sentinel

Winning At Home: The art of noticing

Recently, I was on a walk with my 2-year-old grandson. As we made our way down the street, he pointed up at the sky and started saying, “Moon. Moon.” He found the moon, even though it was still light outside. In that moment, I started thinking about how many adults are on the go all day long. And the moon is sitting up there in the sky, but we just ignore it. I had ignored it that day. I was thinking about that as we continued to walk, and my grandson was pointing out grass and flowers and basically everything else that we passed.
San Antonio, TXtravelexperta.com

Best Activities to Enjoy In San Antonio

San Antonio is a city in South Central Texas and it is one of the most beautiful cities in the United States. There are many interesting places to visit in San Antonio. San Antonio Museum of Art, Alamo Roman Museum, Botanical Garden and SeaWorld are among top attractions among tourists. Here we have given the best activities to enjoy in San Antonio.
Visual Artsportymommas.com

Superblue Miami

There’s a brilliant new spot in town and it is Super Cool!!! Superblue Miami opened up less than two months ago in the Wynwood district and it is one cool art museum. Honestly, I have never experienced anything like it. From the time that we arrived at checkin up until we exited the gift shop our mouths were wide open. Yes, that is just how cool it is.
Kimball County, NEwesternnebraskaobserver.net


Kimball County Manor was awarded Yard of the Week for this week. After 17 months of COVID restrictions, the facility was needing a celebration. The manor experienced a facelift over a couple of weeks as 177 flowers and trees were planted in just five hours by employees and friends of the manor. Participating in the renewal of the grounds were, in the front row from left, Jo Herman, Shannon Monheiser, Patty Watson and Heather Entingh (award presenter). Back row: Greg Stull, Sarah Stull, Morgan Baker (award presenter) and Bill Bohac. Flowers and trees were purchased by the Kimball County Manor Board and Greg Stull. Karen Morrison donated additional flowers.

Name Sage: Girl Names Tied to Symbols

We have two daughters: Luna James and Lilia Wren. What I love about their names is that they have symbols attached – the moon and either a flower or a bird. No, we didn’t plan it that way! The names we liked best just happened to be these two. But now I want our next baby to have the same.
Charlottesville, VAPosted by
Lisa Goetz

Charlottesville's Most Interesting Neighborhoods

Belmont offers an inspiring array of eateries, corner stores and interesting architecture.Nyttend, public domain/Wikimedia Commons. Strip malls, imposing concert halls like the John Paul Jones Arena where U2 once played and the University of Virginia loom large as Charlottesvile’s main attractions. If you’re just passing through our small city or you just moved here, you might be interested to know that there’s so much more to Charlottesville than meets the eye.
San Diego, CAthevistapress.com

Favorite Food From Each State In The U.S. Part I

TR Robertson –This is the first in a series of articles highlighting various aspects and characteristics of each state in the United States. Each article will go through the officially selected or most popular choice of each of the topics. Beginning with this article, covering the most popular food from each state, the series will cover the signature drink or beverages, desserts, seashells, reptiles, birds, mammals, dogs and cats, flowers and trees, insects and butterflies, dinosaurs, and state minerals, rocks, stones and gemstones. Most every state has passed legislation designating specific items as the “Official” item while other states have either not designated specific items on the list or they have listed “unofficial” items to fit whatever category mentioned previously. Read through the lists as they appear, find the state of your birth or find states you have visited and add to your “must-see or try” lists some of the items mentioned.
Chambersburg, PAPosted by
Franklin County Free Press

Lee Ann Strock obituary 1965~2021

Lee Ann Strock, age 56, of Chambersburg, passed away Sunday, July 18, 2021 at Chambersburg Hospital. She was born April 28, 1965 in Connecticut, the daughter of the late Clarence Lavern and Eva Amanda (Bice) Vader. Lee graduated in the Class of 1983 from James Buchanan High School. She worked...