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The table is an array of wonder: colors, scents and endless tantalizing visuals. One may lean back into an episode of euphoria as the sensations are over-stimulated until a strange frenzy resembling a heat stroke commands one’s temple. That’s what … Continue reading
As the date rapidly approaches, GlobalRose is back with even more fabulous floral ideas for you to take and make your own for this upcoming Thanksgiving. Okay, so we’ll happily admit it… The turkey is the obvious star of the … Continue reading
All the Halloween parties and celebrations are coming and excitement is brewing. What is it about the change of seasons that gives life to so much anticipation? Every year is essentially the same and yet we all know the underlying … Continue reading
Have you you carved your pumpkins yet? You may already have placed your jack-o-lanterns, they could be sitting out on the porch or lawn, ready to glow on all Hallow’s Eve and give your home that extra bit of spooky … Continue reading
“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn and caldron bubble.” Shakespeare’s Macbeth Something wicked this way comes and Halloween is nigh upon us as the fall holiday season commences with sweeping winds and cloudy skies, perfectly setting the tone for all the … Continue reading
Gentle beautiful, flowers are the perfect statement in times of great significance. How graceful and elegant, as is the case when you see her. That trembling fear that embraces you and explodes with trickles of delight that roll down one’s … Continue reading
Authored by Pilar of Globalrose.com “If I had a rose for every time I thought of you, I’d be picking roses for a lifetime.” – Swedish Proverb The memory of you is one I can never forget. What an impact … Continue reading
Mother’s Day is the one day of the year when you can show and tell Mom just how much she means to you. It’s the perfect day to tell her how much you appreciate all she has done for you … Continue reading
Each year, on the second Sunday in May, American children young and old, try to show, in a tangible way, how much they value their mothers. Mother’s Day became an official holiday in 1915 due largely to the perseverance and … Continue reading
Mother’s Day in America didn’t begin as a commercial holiday, but rather a call for peace and women’s activism. In 1870, horrified by the human devastation of the Civil War, Julia Ward Howe, the author of “The Battle Hymn of … Continue reading
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