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|Most of us have to be transplanted, like a tree, before we blossom. Louise |
Nevelson My husband and I met in the army. We fell in love and got married at
the nearestjustice of the peace before our separate, conflicting orders put us on
|Write, Collage, and Play Your Way to Living the Life of Your Dreams Lisa |
Hammond. “Life isn't one straight line. Most of us have to be transplanted, like a
tree, before we blossom.” Louise Nevelson If you were guaranteed you would
|Everywhere is walking distance if you have the time. He travelled in ... Most of us |
have to be transplanted before we blossom. You can't ... I like trees because they
seem more resigned to the way they have to live than other things do. Colette ...
|Everything that I do, more or less, comes from that place. ... more. I think we all fall|
, but some of us have something that we pick ourselves up and go on, to greater
things. And I think the ... transplanted, like a tree, before we blossom. Q^/ VI y ...
|Never. Most of us have to be transplanted, like a tree, before we blossom. . . . |
Rockland was Wasp Yankee town, and look, an immigrant family pays a price.
Even if you were Jesus Christ Superstar, you were still an outsider. My parents
|Do not tread the soil firmly about the tree; it need only be solid enough to furnish |
support. ... Should the cultivator feel unable to surrender the land exclusively to
his orchard, hoed crops, like corn and potatoes, will ... in whose power of
observation we have confidence, and who is an accurate experimenter, informs
us that in the Spring and Summer of 1867, he made the following experiment: He
transplanted ten cherry trees while in blossom, commencing at four o'clock in the
|Plum stocks they would soon overgrow and break off, while probably they would |
be no more safe from the borer. ... But if we wish to keep the scion a day or two
before use, we remove all but the foot stalk. ... But to tell us that the pear or peach
from the same source is unsuited to this section, is sheer nonsense, for trees
planted here in 1836, and almost every season since, are living witnesses ...
Since Mr. Harwell's communication was published, two blossoming seasons
|It seems never to have occurred that the fund was not inexhaustible, and that a |
crop of trees could not be raised as ... one of wheat or corn Here again. we are
presented with a proof of the continuance of the practice for which the reasons
have ... with us ; to say nothing of a more judicious management than can be
enforced on most of our farms To this catalogue of ... as many of the blossoms
abound with stamina, or male organs, and have but few styles. or female organs;
these male ...
|They have been adopted by them, it is true, but it has been slowly and reluctantly; |
and when adopted they have been ... of their fertilising properties before he laid
them on the land ; that he should so utterly have neglected the most powerful ...
but the workmen who have been accustomed to the old implements cannot hold
the new, and the farmer does not like them. .... For instance, if the Vince and the
Peach-trees were excited at the same time, the former will be in blossom, and will
|The eye, like Noah's dove, wanders about finding no cultivation, and no tree to |
rest upon. ... The Gemara, or commentary on the Mis us, is generally believed not
to have been comprised till the sixth century. It is held ... When the word of man is
thus preferred to that of the Most High, can we wonder at the solemn censure of
our Lord addressed to the ... Their trees are usually transplanted at a year's
growth from the bud—they usually produce a full crop of fruit in the fourth year
after being ...