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A rose isn't always a rose by Amy G. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 6:15pm Last night was buddy run night. Several of the mentors were moving their runs to Walnut Creek so that they could go to Taco Tuesday afterward. That sounded like fun, so I packed my running gear so I wouldn't have to go home between work and the run. It meant staying at the office late so I -- yeah, I ended up going home. I decided at about 5: ... Read on »
Roses, roses, everywhere! by AtYourCervix Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 3:13pm I did this last one in several different colors. I guess you could say that I was getting a little edit happy tonight with my pictures!! Read on »
A rose is a rose... by Steve D. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 6:44pm Valentine's Day is upon us and, for that reason, I'd like to talk about a relevant issue that has nothing to do with autism. I'd like to enlighten you about Valentine's Day and flowers. You see, I'm a flower guy. I grew up in a flower business family. I have spent the last 14 years dealing with commercial cut-flower sales and distribu ... Read on »
When is a Rose not a Rose? by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 15 Mar 2009 4:27pm Running at Bandera back in January When it's a Cactus Rose - "A nasty rugged trail run: No Whiners, Wimps, or Wusses. We give Bonus Points for Blood, Cuts, Scrapes, & Puke". Nice - my response to a disappointing run is to challenge myself, so I just mailed off my entry form for the Cactus Rose 100 miler (yes Clea, looks like you won t ... Read on »
Rose Mary Rose by david hamilton Patient Expert Posted Thu 28 May 2009 12:19am Another Rose photo that went into the David Austin competition. It was named after the Henry VIII flagship that sunk in the Solent. Have worked a long day today, and am back tomorrow.I finally have good news on the house, and will sign a contract friday.Gardening properly soon :) Cant wait as its been too long with no soil on my hands.. ... Read on »
Alzheimer's Express at the Tournament of Roses Parade (Rose Bowl) by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Dec 2010 1:27pm I'll try and catch the Alzheimer's Express in the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Years day. Most of us can catch the parade on television. The float is scheduled to appear on television between 12 and 12:30 PM ET. Hopefully, we can find a good video of the Alzheimer's Express. By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room ... Read on »
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a rose is just a rose..really? by Cathy .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Jul 2012 4:21pm This is the first home I've owned where I didnt have a rose garden. Still on my bucket list .. I stumbled across this and thought I would share it with you The newest Royal rose Kate-a rasberry bush bloom named of course the beloved Kate, Duchess of Cambridge William and Catherine- (note they misspelled her name)- this is a beau ... Read on »
drooping roses and rose nike free powerlines for sale petals micro by jjenny189 Posted Sat 03 Nov 2012 1:35am At this moment, the people in the house had gone to bed, elderly people with physical exertion of the day tired, young hugged a part of tomorrow's Dreams, a detour to the "storyteller" child's pillow; them sleep so sweet so peaceful, like the roof Nazhu bathed in moonlight repose of pomegranate, and the two flower stems drooping roses and rose nike ... Read on »
The “Kiss from a Rose”, Almond and Rose Bread by Doug Wallace Posted Sat 01 Jun 2013 4:42pm I remember when I worked in Connecticut a few years back, and trying to win the "affections" of a lady in Hartford, I was considering sending her flowers, since I heard from a friend of hers she loved roses, but when it came to flowers, her girl said she liked something original, not the flowers in cheap plastic wrap from White Hen Pantry. ... Read on »