Audio Book – On Sunset Beach – Mariah Stewart
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Audio Book – On Sunset Beach – Mariah Stewart

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If your winter was anything like ours was, here in Southeastern Pennsylvania, you’re probably as delighted as I am at the return of clear blue skies and warm sunny days, and everything that comes along with spring. I’m particularly fond of this time of the year — both of my daughters were late spring babies, and my favorite flowers — peonies — bloom in abundance. I actually went outside and counted the other day — we have sixteen peonies of various colors planted here and there, mostly around the back yard. My allergies prevent me from bringing them inside to a room where I spend a lot of time, but I do love the fragrance and love to see a few of the luscious blooms in a pretty vase — at least until I start sneezing! Besides the fact that they smell so good and look so glorious, I love the fact that they live for so long — I read someplace that they are the longest living perennials, and I do believe that may be true. In my garden, I have plants that my mother planted at least 50 years ago at the house where I grew up. Before we sold the property, she made sure that her favorites were dug up and brought here (along with some favorite irises that my late brother and his wife bought for her). Many of you know that I lost my mother two years ago, and having that reminder of her so close to my back door makes me smile and think of her and her love of flowers every time I see them. She was city born and raised, but once she moved to the country, there was no stopping her! But that’s a story for another day…