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The Serenity Garden (journal part II)

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375 posted 07-31-2004 10:51 PM       View Profile for Mysteria   Email Mysteria   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Mysteria

Duncan, Karen's story about her Dad and the marigolds actually made my garden twice as wonderful this year, as I picked back the plants like he said to do.  I even cut some and gave them away, and he was so right I got more.  The second blooms were bigger,  so yes the lawd does love a garden that is for sure.

Let us know when your first born has offsprings won't you?

Karilea, I have never met a country star that I can remember anyway.  Seen a lot of concerts but not an up close and personal encounter with a one.  Bumped into my share of recording artists and movie types, but not a one country singer.  I wished to have met Willie Nelson but never did.

Iliana Now that must have been some gig?

Raph - check your email - found your Eric Clapton 33 rpm     Or, here ya go, where else but ebay.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=306&item=4027538177&rd=1 &ssPageName=WDVW
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Sharon, you really are hooked on ebay, aren't you....lol.  I'm going to have to give it a whirl!   ....jo
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377 posted 07-31-2004 11:12 PM       View Profile for Duncan   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Duncan

Ahhhh, sweet?  Can't we call it eccentric or mental or something less syrupy than "sweet"???  
What if I told you that when I'm in a bad mood, I yell at the parsley???     Wouldn't think I was so sweet then, huh???
And Sharon, I'll let ya know as soon as the first one's picked and enjoyed!!!  
    
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Aye Sharon that's the one. But I have the vinyl, i'm just looking for a cd copy until I can get a new turntable/amp.

I will never throw my vinyls. There's something cold and impersonal about cd's. Vinyls where something to take care of, gently pulling it from it's sleeve, tenderly placing it on the plate and that personal balance and touch it took to lower the needle(always by hand never on auto). The covers were magnificent, the liner notes and lyrics gave each vinyl it's own personality, unlike cds whose lyrics you have to squint at. Vinyls have a warmth and they grow with you, sure sometimes they got worn with time. But I found that to be part of their charm. I have the Beatles albums on cd now, but everytime i listen to I saw her standing there and recall every skip or warbled lyric from the orignal vinyl.
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Duncan that was a lovely story. I talk to my plants and flowers too, for I really do believe that "everything", not just everyone, is deserving of even the most brief connection. I am tired and ready for beddy-bye, so I hope that makes sense.
  Just had to check Ser's journal before turning in. Sweet dreams all!
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I talk/yell at walls, tvs, my computer, cds and just about everything else when i'm alone. Of course it's more fun when I'm not and i get to watch my brother back out of the room.
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381 posted 07-31-2004 11:39 PM       View Profile for Sunshine   Email Sunshine   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Sunshine's Home Page   View IP for Sunshine

Dunc?  What is it they say?
What don't kill ya....makes ya stronger...



AS for more stars...I visited the Bicentennial Center tonight [bulls and more bulls..PRB Rodeo...] and as I walked by the photos of stars that have graced the halls of this center, I remembered, oh yea...Brooks & Dunn...And quite a few others....

Even got to see Bob Hope in person about two years before he died...

yep...and a lot more...
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382 posted 08-01-2004 12:58 AM       View Profile for iliana   Email iliana   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for iliana

Look out, Parsley!  lol  Duncan, it probably gives it more flavor!

Sunshine, Bob Hope....now that must have given you some memories to tell us about!  

Raf - Me, too, both with the talking to plants and everything.....and loving my albums.  

Chris, nightie night.  

Karen & Sharon - Still there?
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love lies in wait for me

her sheer slip falls away
to my gentle embrace

naked, i let my fingers
slide along her curves

carrying her to the table
anticipation hangs
slowly lowered to surface

the show begins

in the warm glow
of a soft red light

the soft crackle of static

as the record begins


(an older one i dug from my horrid archives and reworked)
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384 posted 08-01-2004 04:47 AM       View Profile for iliana   Email iliana   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for iliana

Nice, Raf....really nice.  Nightie, night!     .....jo
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385 posted 08-01-2004 07:29 AM       View Profile for serenity blaze   Email serenity blaze   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for serenity blaze

Raph, I remember reading this one and smiling--the mechanics of a turntable make such a distinctive, comforting sound too.

Hugs to you, for being a purist.

*  *  *

And sorry about ducking and running earlier, but Dunc, that truly caught me offguard. In a nice way, of course, m'bud. But I was and remain so flattered by all of it, I was rendered typeless. The very idea that I'm in your garden, and my dad too, it's just...wow.

I think he would have laughed about the electrical tape tho, but he would have certainly approved. I thought it curious too, that you remembered his marigolds as tomatoes, but then, they are "companion" plants. Marigolds help to ward off the bugs. My dad taught me that too. And yep, I was thinking further, about how I've grown cherry tomatoes in the past. Then I thought about the number of plants you're cultivating over there.

Hmmm.

That's a lot of cherry tomatoes for one couple!

Then I thought even further thinking, "wait a minute..." as I happen to know another gardening hint that Daddy never taught me (but my brother did!) There is yet another companion plant that does well with tomatoes...hmmm.



That would explain your urgency to save your camoufl..er, cherry tomato plant.

It would also explain why you yell at your parsley.

(uh huh)

But maybe I should shaddup now?

heh. SERENITY garden mah ass...

and Duncan?

Thanks lovie.

You check your e mail later, k? I'll write a proper thank you when I can--right now my hubby is twitching in his sleep just at the sound of me typing.

(It's kind of fun, actually.)

"dot-twitch-dash-twitch-dot-twitch"

bwahahahahaha



(one more for good measure--dash-twitch-grin)
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My grandfather was what my mom referred to as an "electronics genius"...and way before surround sound was the ultimate, he had wired speakers in the ceilings of the several houses they inhabited as he was a "government man"...who helped develop highly secret devices in the way of missiles, etc.  

I remember Mom saying that she had gone to more highschools than there were years required to graduate...

and Granddad died while I was young - so I don't have any special "talking to him" memories to share...

but I do remember his garage/shop.  It housed the car, yes, but it was a huge two car garage [well, huge to a little girl] and I remember his walls lined up with all sorts of electronical equipment, and tools...all "don't touch" things, but it was so danged NEAT and ORDERLY...

And I remember, it would have been 1960...when he gave me a small record player, just right for a little girl's 45's [that's vinyl records, for those who might think I was totin' a gun at a young age ]

He had made it with his own hands, his own bits and pieces, and his own woodworking of this very special box.  Now, our family was quite rich in the way of love, but money was hard to come by, and I didn't ever gain a serious amount of records, but oh, that box...

Mom and Dad had a great number of records, and by the time Granddad died, grandmother up and gave Mom all of Granddad's 78's.  Families being what they are, I've no idea where they might be now...but they, too, were in their very own special box...

~*~

My box of memories today let me lift the lid on a few other memories, too...

Like the time I stood under Dan Blocker [Hoss Cartwright of Bonanza].  He was on a platform set up right there in our County Park that was located right across the highway and only a few blocks from our home.  He was giving a political bump to whomever was running that year - probably for a state election, not nation, I don't recall...all I remember is his hugeness.  He was a BIG man, but yep, that smile some of you may remember from watching him on TV was quite genuine.  I also remember thinking that he must have loved his family very much, because he was such a gentle giant in his actions after the speech, when he got down from the platform and walked around the crowd.  Such HUGE hands...

Sometime in 1980 or '81, I met Pappy Boyington.  Again, some of you elders might know of him - Black Sheep Squadron.  My hubby was a pilot in the AF, and his love of flight has never abated.  We went to SO many airshows between 1980 and 1994 - I couldn't count them all.  But we do have photos of Pappy, and even at his age at that time, you could sense the stubborn of his demeanor.  Nice enough and all, but I still wouldn't have wanted to give him any flack...

~*~

Oh, 1984.  What a year.  We were in Park Forest, Illinois, and a new tv show had just started, Who's the Boss.  Well, one of my girls was now 13...and the City was throwing a summer festival with "lots of surprise attractions" in addition to games, music, food.  Yep.  I think my 13 yr old must have gotten so excited...because she came running home, crying hysterically..."he kissed me, he kissed me!"  Tony Danza had made her day...

~*~

Most recently we went to the "boyhood town" of Steve Doocie [FOX news] and stood in line to listen/meet the newscaster/weatherman.  What was best about this little meeting was listening to the old gentleman walk up to Steve and say, "you remember me?"  Steve [who must be about my age?] said, "Well I sure do - I helped you out during the summers on your farm!"  He stood, shook hands with the elder gentleman, who then said, "you got enough in the account now to fix my tractor that you wrecked?"  Steve doubled over in laughter, admitting, "I had hoped you would have forgotten about that!"

They went on to a have a nice, short chat, and he continued to press flesh, sign autographs, and stand for pictures.  [Yes, I have one, but I'm not sharing... ]

~*~

Skipping back to a time long long ago when dinosaurs roamed the earth...My grandmother and aunt took me [after a "Swan" moment via my grandmother's thinking that I should be allowed to grow up...] we went to The Brown Derby for lunch.  Now, as this place is no longer standing, and for those youngsters out there...The Brown Derby was an early version of Hard Rock Cafe...where the stars went to be seen and to see...and the commoners were allowed to bump into them that made us smile at the Saturday matinees and remember drive-in movies with a certain gleam to our eyes...

I saw a number of actors and actresses that day, but I was duly impressed at that young age, when Milton Berle came up to our table and stood talking to us.  Again...they're just real people...with certain gifts.

Oh, Happy Days....
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Just popped in while the house is still waking and I am on my 2nd cup of coffee...

Loved all the wonderful stories..

You people ROCK!

to all!!  

"cast me gently into the morning, for the night has been unkind"
~Sarah McLachlan~

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388 posted 08-01-2004 01:51 PM       View Profile for iliana   Email iliana   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for iliana

Karilea -- loved the stories.  Uncle Miltie -- did you know he was into poetry?  He came to speak at a poetry convention I went to in Las Vegas in the late 80s.  Thoroughly enjoyed him -- a true artist.  And Haus, well I imagined he was a fine man!  I'm just curious if the farmer got a new tractor???!!  lol  

Good afternoon everybody!
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Elder indeed Karilea       I enjoyed your Milton Berle encounter, and although I never thought I was "that" old, I saw many a star in my day at the very restaurant with my Aunt, who pointed each out and I did not know who they were until years later. Were you at the Wilshire location one or the Vine Street one Karilea?  I love that Disney and MGM have re-created it right down to the menu, and you know it could just start elbows rubbing once again.  Love that Rodeo Drive plastic world.  LOL

A quick one - I heard Tom Selleck was staying at the Hyatt that morning on the radio.  I worked in the MB Bldg., only two buildings away so...being ever a devil, I snuck out of work a bit before noon when he was supposedly going to sign autographs in the lobby.  I headed up the basement service elevator I knew well from planning many a benefit or lunch for my boss.  (He was used to be my now by the way; we had an arranged day marriage as it was.)  I worked well when I was there, and he supported a "elder's budding television career," whenever I got a part.  In other words when I worked on t.v. those hours he lost me and went golfing or something, true fact. He is dead now and the BEST man I ever knew, ever!

I got to the top, quietly got around to the room side from the banquet area, and I saw someone's shadow.  So, like a little kid I went scampering down the corridor, then into a full clip before I got found out, then TWACK! Going around a corner I ploughed into someone and fell down.  I heard the voice first, and of course my legs got even weaker.   Looking up, there was Tom Selleck about to lift me up.  He said, "Little lady where are you off to in such a hurry, are you okay?"  I said, "Yes, Tom (get me,) I was trying just to see you actually!  Well he said, "Next time try knocking at the door."  I told him this was a secured floor (like he didn't know?) and I told her the lobby was full of crazy woman waiting to see him, including some of the girls from my office.  He told his wife Jilly to get me a glass of water, and I said I was just fine but I had not idea he was so tall, nor she was so tiny.  He laughed!  Then, he said," Well, we are heading down for that autograph session, would you like to join me?  NO WAY!  Of course I did, but was he bringing the cute blonde?       I loved the looks on the faces of the girls from the office when that elevator opened, and we three walked out.  They didn't think I could do it - never tell the Irish they can't pull something off.  I saw him years later on Robson Street, with Jilly ,and met their daughter, Hannah.  I asked him if he remembered the incident, but I had to remind him, I guess I am not as unforgettable as he is.

You know of all the people I have actually met or been around, he and Lee Trevino were the absolute nicest of them all. (Lee Trevino is a golfer and was here in one of the VIP golfing carts for the opening of Swaneset Golf and Country Club) and poor guy got stuck with me in his cart.  

Okay it is B.C. Day today, must get out there and pledge my love for this province - after all it is the BEST!  (Now that ought to get the other 3 Canucks shorts in a knot!)
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Sharon -- Tom Selick, now that's a dream come true!  WOW, he's always been someone I look up to (and I'm pretty tall)!  lol .......what a trip!  What roles did you use to do on TV anyway?  Have a great B.C. Day!
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ďThen I thought about the number of plants you're cultivating over there.

Hmmm.

That's a lot of cherry tomatoes for one couple!  ** Couple??  Did I miss something??   † †

Then I thought even further thinking, "wait a minute..." as I happen to know another gardening hint that Daddy never taught me (but my brother did!) There is yet another companion plant that does well with tomatoes...hmmm.Ē

Well Sen, I gotta say, your imaginings are much more entertaining than the real reason Iím cultivating so many plants.  Ya see, last year, I started with 4 cherry tomato plants.  But only 1 lived to produce fruit, and then only sparsely, never enough ripe at one time to even make a small salad.  So this year, I figured Iíd start with 8 and if I was lucky, 2 would survive and I would get a whole salad.  
Truth is Sen, I ainít much of a farmer.  (I often sing the theme to Green Acres while workiní the fields)  But I do find it all very relaxing, even serene at times.  
Anyway, sorry about catching you off guard, I was just so damned happy that your Dadís theory had proven true and that I now had ripening tomatoes on a plant that resembles something out of a botanical horror movie, that I had to tell ya about it!!!    
    

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Duncan, my husband is definitely not a gardener....he hates it, but, he whistles and hums the theme to Green Acres, too....yep, you guessed it, he still watches the re-runs....
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Duncan you are SO special!  Tell you another trick and you laugh all you want but it works.  I used to play "bee" and pollinate my own veggies and flowers with a Q-Tip.  In otherwords, start at one flower and dust the middle and with the smae Q-Tip dust the next and so on, and so on.  All they need is water, sun, bees to pollinate flowers, and a haircut every few days to cut off the split ends, etc.     You only have to watch Martha Stewart until you are cross-eyed to be so full of all this useless information.

Iliana: I did a lot of on-camera voice over work for several agencies here for television commercials, and small parts only in local t.v. series being shot mostly in North Vancouver by Cannell Films (now Lions Gate Films.)  I did however hit paydirt one time but that is another story, and worked with James Coburn and Lou Gossett Jr. (I do have the pictures so will scan them and send them to you if you like?)

Right now I am going to get tons of blueberries and corn on the cob to freeze up for the winter.  I thought today was B.C. Day, sheesh it's tomorrow!
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Sharon???  So I should make like a bee??  Hmmm.....sounds amusing.  Wonder could I cross say, Basil with Garlic????  Parsley with Thyme???
See, that's the cool thing about not really knowing what I'm doing, I'm too uninformed to know these things shouldn't work...but sometimes do!!!

All together now..."Green acres is the place to be...."  
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"Duncan you are SO special!  Tell you another trick and you laugh all you want but it works.  I used to play "bee" and pollinate my own veggies and flowers with a Q-Tip.  In otherwords, start at one flower and dust the middle and with the smae Q-Tip dust the next and so on, and so on. "


Anybody else picturing Sharon dancing from flower to flower making buzzing sounds?
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Sure, Duncan, sure...

But seriously, two words?

(and nope, not what you might think)

RIVER SAND

Back when I had that garden, I grew my t'maters in a bed of river sand. I had the same problem with breaking that you did too, btw. (Remember Bubba No Nuts Johnson? He'd stomped through the bed while chasing after the neighbors pet pig, Ziggy--but that's another story...)

anyhoo, I just let them be, and as luck would have it, we had a bunch of rain following that, and the plant just rooted itself along the ground. Just one plant ended up filling the entire bed and I had enough t'maters for my household, my aunts, my brothers and the neighbors. I "canned" my own salsa that year too.

As for that "other" crop? I was always too paranoid to grow that--the hubby tried, but not wanting legal trouble, I simply added rubbing alcohol to his miracle grow water mix, and he gave up, thinking he just had a "brown" thumb.



and ta ta for now folks...I've gotta run to the store for now!

(and Kari, Jo, and Sharon, ya'll know the rumor about Milton Berle, doncha? It was said the size of his um, ego was quite legendary.)



gotta run for now!

later!
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Karen -- that's hysterical about the alcohol...hope he's not reading.  Now about old Uncle Miltie...nope, I hadn't heard that...I never kept up much with that stuff.  hmmmmmmm

Sharon, I would love that.  You may have to send to a different email tho' and I'll send that to you; for some reason, yahoo is talking out all the pictures.?  Great story about the Q-tips; I may try that just for kicks.  
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Be careful Raph - I have a lot of "sweet" friends     

Duncan ~ If you can cross your cherry tomatoe with Sen's potatoe, you'd have a darn hard potatoe to peel     Try it!

"New York is where I'd rather stay
I get allergic smelling hay
I just adore a penthouse view
Darling, I love you,
but give me Park Avenue." Oh I loved that Hooterville.

River Sand?  You can grow potatoes in sand?  Here they are in big tall mounds of dirt?
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River sand???  OK, will try and remember that.  
Someone else told me to use mushroom mulch, which would be really interesting if they were THOSE kinda mushrooms and I was growing that OTHER plant.  Hmmm....now there's something to ponder.
Did I mention that I live directly in the flight path of the local airport and that the planes are so low when they fly over, that the pilots sometimes wave???  Or that the fine law enforcement officers here make regular use of that airport???
So...think I'll stick with tomatoes for now.  
 
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