30 Lessons from 30 Years on Earth, #4

Smell flowers.

Pick flowers (within reasonable polite limits, both to Nature and to Neighbors).

Anticipate the first flowers of spring.

Mourn the passing of the last dead flowers in fall.

Send flowers to an ailing friend.

Bring flowers when invited over to dinner.

Make daisy chains.

Learn everything you can about flowers.

Tuck one behind your ear.

Leave flowers at church.

Press flowers to make pretties later.

Thank God for the flowers!

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1 Response to “30 Lessons from 30 Years on Earth, #4”


  1. 1 Lauren-Mae June 25, 2009 at 5:19 pm

    I don’t know how to make Dasisy chains…do you just tie them all together?


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