McMillan, Chris
March 2011
American Rose;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p61
The author explains how she is able to devote much time and effort to caring for rose gardens using the letters in the word "rose". She says the rose garden offers her rest from the demands of life. She next explains that the countless scents roses give out satisfies the most discerning noses. She cites the importance of sharing what she learns and knows about roses in order to experience the full value of life. Finally, she says educating others about what she has learned helps her find solutions to her rose garden problems .


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