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  • A social event held outdoors on a lawn or in a garden

  • A garden party is a social gathering with food provided, in the open in a park or a garden.

  • a party of people assembled for social interaction out of doors

  • Garden Party is Rick Nelson & The Stone Canyon Band's hit Country rock album from 1972.

  • something used to beautify

  • The process or art of decorating or adorning something

  • Ornamentation

  • the act of decorating something (in the hope of making it more attractive)

  • A thing that serves as an ornament

  • an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event

  • A thought or suggestion as to a possible course of action

  • (idea) mind: your intention; what you intend to do; "he had in mind to see his old teacher"; "the idea of the game is to capture all the pieces"

  • (idea) a personal view; "he has an idea that we don't like him"

  • A concept or mental impression

  • (idea) the content of cognition; the main thing you are thinking about; "it was not a good idea"; "the thought never entered my mind"

  • An opinion or belief

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Halloween: 101 Frightfully Fun Ideas

Halloween: 101 Frightfully Fun Ideas

As more families celebrate Halloween at home, they’ll need these original ideas for parties, crafts, decorating, games, and recipes. Dozens of easy-to-decorate pumpkin ideas, costumes for the whole family, delicious treats to concoct, and decorating ideas to scare them silly in this bright collection of Halloween fun.
60 craft and decorating ideas for families.
30 delicious, fun-to-prepare recipes.
Step-by-step photos and instructions.
A variety of easy techniques, including decoupage, pumpkin carving, pumpkin painting, paper folding, and costume-making (few sewing skills required!).

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May 4th, 2011 Living in the Present

Albeit I took the sprouts photo yesterday, the immediacy of the new growth of the spring garden comes to mind.
I do not need much to make me feel well and involved. Simple pleasures like writing, photography, cooking, shopping and gardening make today a calm one, just like yesterday.
I tend to gloss over the anxieties of modern life with these diversions- for instance our nation voted in the Conservatives again. On the brighter side, the NDP surprisingluy became theofficial opposition, gaining many seats beyond their almost consistent 18% popularity on most of the former polls. WIth now 30.6% popularity, if they show upowith the kind of original thinking and wise social planning that made socialism a hero in our country during the days of Thompson, Broadbent and Rae, people might give our left wing a chance, next time.
In Canada the New Democratic Party is not your local KKK. We are not right wing socialists, and it is hard to imagine how the supremacists of the US got the idea that they practise socialism at all. We certainly do not see things this way. No-one of us needs to express militancy, incitement to effect violent social change that would screen out certain races, or to actually commit ofenses toward people who are moderate and soft hearted.

I see that our democracy lets most Canadians socialize something, we are always thinking of each other if we are well canadians. It is really thoughtfulness and creative enterprise that defines the leaning to the left or to alternative lifestyle of not just Canadian socialists, but really the way of our Canadian people.
A great way to look at it is stuff in Glencairn. Every year we have several free days, and we all put something on the side of the road for each other to pick. Don't care if dealers take it, if they make money hauling it off, good. I have benefitted form free days. I have a lovely crystal lamp and five dollars that I made selling a middle eastern lantern that someone gave up.If we recycle, instead of thinking of our cast offs as shit, we benefit others and also reduce our costs in disposal, because cartage and also dumpsite fees are very costly. There- socialism in Canada.
We also enjoy enormous sites called, UsedToronto, or wherever or Kijiji wher ewe can post ads for free. Everyone gets a good deal. Not only can I earn a few more hundred dollars a year toward newer stoves, carpets, pots or whatIneed, but I can give away plants, dressers, things like windows and stuff thatw willnotcomeoff our porch, garage or backyard. I do not wan tot live in a dump and neither does my husband.
Our community spirit is to communally clean and to beautify. I beleive that this ethic is shared by most whether they are right or left wing- we like a clean and courteous environ, and this results inhigher standards in industreis that need hyper cleanliness for the products to pass inspection, or gain a good reputation.
If we recycle, waster less and keep clean with attention to beautification, we see that business flourishes and that our industries gain a goodreputation. This sustains our miserable job situation. There, a basic shared environ where originally only leftist thinkers who were considered fringe lunatics (in their jeans) had been making bleating noises about waste and recycling, and home decoration.
Now that home decoration is a giant industry, you better, buddy, or else (the right wing).

Anyway, today- here is some hope that a gentling Harper will cuddle and cherish the sweet little socialists who solved so many of those financial crisises before the more pedantic thinking had adopted the wisdom and resolved those problems.
It was only yesterday that big, puffin beefy tyrants tried to beat up and incarcerate we hippies for resonating with the labour class of less wealthy nations, wearing jeans as a symbol of laboutr orientation. And now, those gidgy tyrants are all tottering away in nursing homes in their polyester best, while women, blacks, jews in some cases and immigrants of all kind can get jobs, wear what they like most of the time, get ahead in our country. To think that they were so unclea rthat they were opposed to the work ethic that is now the fanatic darling of the right wing. (You would think they invented work, fer Gawds sake)!!!

above: Lilies sprouting on the porch

Welcome Gnome

Welcome Gnome

2010....My focus word for the year was "Risk". The opportunity to test this was presented on January 1 2010 when a friend needed me during a tragic time. As weeks turned into months and as I began to realize just how fragile she was, I made a choice. I risked losing friends, I hardly saw the swans, did not even make time to visit, or keep in touch with most people. I stayed by my friends side, we planted a garden, took walks together, talked, and even laughed. We plotted and planned our re-emergence into the art world, started an exercise program and she appeared to bloom. What I gave her was so very little, and I hope it was enough, I hope I made a difference, because what I got back from this experience was unexpected. I was filled with the love and joy of a true friendship, and now I must do what friends do, I must honour her desire to die.

My friend is very very sick, physically and heartsick, she has seen one too many Christmases and way too many New Years Eve parties, she is tired and the lifegiving ability to breath is leaving her, she has advanced emphysema, and although I have tried to get her to quit smoking, I now must stand aside and let her live out her life on her own terms. I shall remain by her side for as long as she needs me.

I hope you all find your special doorway this year. Thank you all for your visits and friendship, you have no idea how important you have been to me, you have brought tears and smiles, some have passed on, others have just begun, and thus ends a perfectly normal year.

Hello 2011, I think I am going to like getting to know you.

garden party decoration ideas

garden party decoration ideas

Garden Party


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