Author Archives: Pam Brown

Snapshot Saturday 8/12/17

It’s been ages since I started my Saturday with camera in hand. It feels good to be getting back into the practice. Here are a few shots from the yard. And now, I have four more roses bushes to prune … Continue reading

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Thoughts About Pruning

Saturday, August 5, had been marked on my calendar for weeks. A lot of rosarians prune their roses 55 – 60 days before fall rose shows and as I counted back from the date of a show I want to … Continue reading

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Why I stopped blogging

Apparently, at least one person reads this blog. I know this because a few weeks ago a friend reached out to me via Facebook private messaging to ask why I haven’t posted all year. The answer, in a word,  is … Continue reading

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Confessions About Clutter

2017 has already brought me positive change. I started a new job on January 3 (more about that in an upcoming post), I am continuing to work with my fabulous life and career coaching clients, I am back at the … Continue reading

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A thought as we begin a new year

I’ve been seeing a lot of stuff online about how awful 2016 has been. Thanks to celebrity deaths, election outcomes, riots…the list goes on,  social network posters are anxiously awaiting 2017 in hopes things will magically get better. Here’s a … Continue reading

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Snapshot Saturday: December 10, 2016 (My Saturday Surprise)

This is a busy weekend for me with lots of great stuff and few margins (I love my margins). I have a college graduation party for my fabulous niece, I’m hosting hub’s birthday bowl-a-thon, I’m teaching Sunday School, my church … Continue reading

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Snapshot Saturday: 11/26/16 Final Blooms

Nashville has had two evenings of below freezing temperatures. That means between now and December 15, rosarians will be winterizing our roses. This is not my favorite task. Last year I felt compelled to winterize all of my babies in … Continue reading

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How Long Will the Blooms Last?

The temperatures are finally cooling off in Nashville. A first frost can’t be far away. I still have some rose blooms. Most of them look sad due to the drought and my inability to be at home during daylight hours … Continue reading

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Gray Pride

It finally happened. Friday night hubs and I went out for a quick bite. We were offered the Senior Discount… …without asking for it. I’m not gonna lie; it stung a bit. Not because I don’t like saving money; it … Continue reading

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Snapshot Saturday: 10-29-16

It’s been a week full of good stuff (I taught a two-day intensive Fund Raising Boot Camp for Nashville’s Center for Nonprofit Management) and one big stressor. While driving to a friend’s house Thursday night, I hit a deer. Yesterday … Continue reading

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