January 2007

January 2007

Thursday, February 10, 2011

How to create a white garden

I wrote a children's story titled The Moonlight Garden. (As yet, unpublished.) In the story, the reader takes a stroll through a garden bathed in moonlight and sees the different white flowers and how they reflect moonlight. The reader also meets insects and creatures of the night and smells the perfume of evening flowers. Now, if you'd like to know an easy way to create a white garden that reflects the moonlight, watch this video -

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11 comments:

  1. Love the video and the connection with your story! As someone who is a mere few blocks away however I'm not loving the weather! :)

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  2. I just have to sit inside and watch the white stuff fall from the sky....

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  3. Cindy, I'm not loving it either!
    Rosemary, I had to get out and shovel our porch roof and then shovel that snow from the sidewalk plus the foot of snow that fell this morning.

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  4. From where it is white until maybe May....nice video. I really hope we do not get snow in May this year. That is just too SAD.

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  5. I would love to see that book published soon, nie title The Moonlight Garden! Nice video too!

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  6. Good luck on getting your book published. Moonlight Garden is a wonderful title full of mystery. I love taking strolls or riding my horse on a full moon night.

    We don't really get that kind of weather very often in North Carolina (thank goodness) but it is beautiful in its old way.

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  7. Hi Bonnie, I've only recently discovered your blog, and I hope to get to know you better. I have an award for you - it is the stylish blogger award, which is going around from one blogger to another. I think it is a fun way of getting to know blogger friends a little bit better, as we get to reveal a bit of ourselves when we receive this award. Come over to my blog to collect it. Join in the fun.
    Rosie

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  8. Honestly Bonnie, I've never poisoned a soul feeding them flower recipes, but I know my flowers. Keep trying. They're scrumptious and lovely. Truly a gift from Mother Nature.

    Good luck with your book project!

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

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  9. Greetings from Southern California :-)

    I added myself to follow your blog. You are more than welcome to visit mine and become a follower if you want to.

    God Bless You, ~Ron

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  10. Hi,
    Great snowy photo! Just found your Blog after seeing your comment on scotland4thesenses. So you are heading to Scotland this June! I lived in Glenshee in Perthshire and then near Edzell (which is next to Fettercairn). I will watch for your Blog of your trip and it might take me down memory lane.

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